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Well," says the other, "I shall wear my plum-colored body to the Jones', with a yellow plastron; and they've got some lovely gloves at Puttick's, only one and eleven pence.
I like to be tidy, and so, when I wear fussed-up things, I'm thinking of my clothes all the time, and that's tiresome.
and which was hidden somewhere under the glossy black hair) was fiery, harsh and haughty in the extreme, and it often led the Princess to do unpleasant things which she regretted when she came to wear her other heads.
But, if you will stop to think, you will realize that a princess is sure to wear holes in her stockings, the same as other people; only it isn't considered quite polite to mention the matter.
A cross is the last thing I would wear as a trinket.
Then you will think it wicked in me to wear it," said Celia, uneasily.
But how can I wear ornaments if you, who are the elder sister, will never wear them?
That wistful look, which the merriest of them sometimes wear, I wonder whether it means that they would like to hear about the good puppies?
If we can manage to get to Ozma," she said, "the Princess will change you back to yourself in half a second; so you just wear that fox head as comf't'bly as you can, dear, and don't worry about it at all.
Dorothy wondered why the animals living in Foxville did not wear just their own hairy skins as wild foxes do; when she mentioned it to King Dox he said they clothed themselves because they were civilized.
Trix told Belle she was going to ask you for the dress, as you would n't care to wear it now.
That 's the way Mother does; we 've always had things sent us from richer friends, and whatever was n't proper for us to wear at the time, Mother put away to be used when we needed it.
If it isn't the proper thing I won't wear it," she said, with a sigh of regret for a lost dream.
Kings and queens who wear a suit but once, though made by some tailor or dressmaker to their majesties, cannot know the comfort of wearing a suit that fits.
I believe that all races at some seasons wear something equivalent to the shirt.