dress


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Percerin, make the baron's dress; and I will answer for it you will gratify M.
But when Katie brought the required dress, Princess Mary remained sitting motionless before the glass, looking at her face, and saw in the mirror her eyes full of tears and her mouth quivering, ready to burst into sobs.
Not one in a hundred will ever think anything about your dress, except that it is pretty.
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.
She was far too deeply interested on the subject of the dress to notice that she had forgotten herself already, and that she had referred to Magdalen by her own name.
Now she understood that Anna could not have been in lilac, and that her charm was just that she always stood out against her attire, that her dress could never be noticeable on her.
It can hardly be that they are disinclined to trouble themselves about matters of mere dress, for dress is the one subject that they really do think about.
the less taste a person has in dress, the more obstinate he always seems to be.
Without this arrest of everything, this standing still of all the pale decayed objects, not even the withered bridal dress on the collapsed from could have looked so like grave-clothes, or the long veil so like a shroud.
She next opened her nutshell, and brought out of it the dress that shone like the sun, and so went to the feast.
She wore a pale-blue, pansy-sprinkled muslin dress with more ruffles than one would ever have supposed economical Janet could be guilty of, and a white leghorn hat with pink roses and three ostrich feathers on it.
It would give me such a thrill, Marilla, just to wear a dress with puffed sleeves."