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John likes that dress, though," she added wistfully.
Dressed in a beautiful, fashionably-made black silk dress, with a fluffy white shawl over her shoulders, and her snowy hair surmounted by a dainty lace cap, she might have posed as a grandmother doll.
Janet sat and smiled, looking horribly uncomfortable in her hideous dress, and John Douglas sat without smiling.
Not one in a hundred will ever think anything about your dress, except that it is pretty.
Fanny let the dress lie in her lap a minute as she absently picked at the fringe, smiling to herself over the happy time when she wore it last and Sydney said she only needed cowslips in her lap to look like spring.
Now between ourselves, Fan, the price of that dress would give you all you 'll want for your spring fixings, that 's one consideration; then here 's another, which may have some weight with you," added Polly slyly.
There are times--just times--when she seems to belong more among the grown-ups than among us," I said, reluctantly, "especially when she puts on her bridesmaid dress.
To go to church in a faded print dress, with a shabby little old sun-hat and worn shoes
Are you really going to church to-morrow in that dress, Sis?
Up Broadway Chandler moved with the vespertine dress parade.
She was inexpensively clothed in a plain black dress that suggested a sort of uniform such as shop girls wear.
His companion, even in her cheap hat and dress, held herself with an air that added distinction to the natural beauty of her face and figure.
asked Stepan Arkadyevitch, hearing the rustle of a woman's dress at the door.
The marks from the smear on the door must be on some article of dress belonging to somebody in this house.
The discovery of the stained dress may lead the way to finding it.