SHAWL

Shawl (The Shawl)
noun
Pronunciation: Shol

-A piece of cloth that is used especially be women as a covering for the head or shoulders.

Context: -Rosa with Magda curled up between sore breasts, Magda wound up in the shawl.
-She looked into Magda’s face through a gap in the shawl: a squirrel in a nest, safe, no one could reach her inside the little house of the shawl’s windings.
-Every morning, Rosa had to conceal Magda under the shawl against a wall of the barracks.
-She took Magda’s shawl and filled her own mouth with it.

Source: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/shawl

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  1. You’ve defined the word and given its context from the short story, but you haven’t explained the word in its context. Please edit your post to include that final step.

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