wrapper


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She took off her wrapper without even taking the trouble to turn her back to Jurgis, and put on her corsets and dress.
He still held the fold of her wrapper and he gave it a little pull.
a matter of 'abit," he went on, as he replaced the twenty-five tin box with the vulgar wrapper.
You'd better see what it says," he remarked, as he ran his fingers through the wrapper of a catalogue of second-hand books.
Grubb, in the white wrapper of a Desert Dervish, was running along the edge of the sea.
She wore a faded old wrapper, and her gray hair was decidedly untidy.
After she left him he sat drearily, with drooping shoulders, on the edge of the bed, gazing about him with lack-lustre eyes that saw nothing until the torn wrapper of a magazine, which had come in the morning's mail and which lay unopened, shot a gleam of light into his darkened brain.
The gas was turned down, but Fanny saw a figure in a gray wrapper creep by her door, and presently return, pausing to look in.
Aunt Jessie lay fast asleep, with Jamie rolled up like a kitten at her feet, and neither stirred as Rose in her wrapper crept out to see how the world looked at midnight.
He paid for the arsenic, and took it away with him wrapped up in two papers, the outer wrapper being labeled with my name and address, and with the word 'Poison' in large letters--exactly like the label now produced on the piece of paper found at Gleninch.
Nobody but Miss Cornelia would have come to make a call arrayed in a striped blue-and-white apron and a wrapper of chocolate print, with a design of huge, pink roses scattered over it.
Mrs Curdle was dressed in a morning wrapper, with a little cap stuck upon the top of her head.