use purdah in a sentence.
The origin of the term purdah is: "Purdah or Pardaa Persian: پرده, Urdu: پردہ, Hindi: पर्दा, literally meaning "curtain" is the practice of preventing men from seeing women.
The reason for his decision to end his almost four-decade-long state of purdah is that he wants to lend his support to a new collection of his work, 40: A Doonesbury Retrospective.
She has been brought up somewhat on Western principles; has kept but casual purdah; is unbetrothed at eighteen; nor would any orthodox prince marry her.
The run-up to an election is known as "purdah", during which there is a ban on public money being spent on policies or announcements that could affect the result.
Traditionally, there's something called purdah, which prohibits women from going to public spaces ...