dress


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Take that rose out o' your dress and let me see the spot it's made on your yoke, an' the rusty holes where the wet pin went in.
Her eager eyes devoured every detail in Norah's dress, and detected the slightest change that had taken place in her figure and her bearing.
Before she spoke again, she turned her eyes from me, and looked at the dress she wore, and at the dressing-table, and finally at herself in the looking-glass.
This he tied round him with his sash, and, disguising himself as an old woman, he took a sabre, which he hid under his dress.
They love bright and glaring colours, and dress themselves much in the Turkish manner, except that their clothes are wider, and their drawers cover their legs.
At the Captain's call two of the ship's crew came to help us dress in these heavy and impervious clothes, made of india-rubber without seam, and constructed expressly to resist considerable pressure.
The truth was, that she had run into her little cabin, pulled off her dress, blackened her face and hands, put on the fur-skin cloak, and was Cat- skin again.
Very good people indeed, you will notice, dress altogether in black, even to gloves and neckties, and they will probably take to black shirts before long.
That, then, is as much as to refuse, because the dress is wanted for the
the less taste a person has in dress, the more obstinate he always seems to be.
Prince Vasili's daughter, the beautiful Helene, came to take her father to the ambassador's entertainment; she wore a ball dress and her badge as maid of honor.
For," said her friend Ozma, "from this time forth, my dear, you must assume your rightful rank as a Princess of Oz, and being my chosen companion you must dress in a way befitting the dignity of your position.