They tended their flocks severely in buckram
and powder and put their sticking-plaster patches on to terrify commoners as the chiefs of some other tribes put on their war-paint.
As the guard spoke, there all at once appeared, right in front of my uncle, a young gentleman in a powdered wig, and a sky- blue coat trimmed with silver, made very full and broad in the skirts, which were lined with buckram
He felt his lips go stiff like buckram
, and instead of a reassuring smile only achieved an uncertain grimace.
This appears in the long list of undefined words beginning with non-in Webster's Second Edition katabothron buckrams
A subterranean channel or deep Stiff-finished heavily-sized chasm formed by the action of fabrics of cotton or linen water used in bookbinding hoot cumulose Full of heaps Yokohama Koichi Toyama A city in southeast Honshu, A Japanese street musician and Japan fringe political activist (born 1970) who was a candidate for the governor of Tokyo in 2007 groove axles Paiva's blenny glair brush A species of comb-tooth blenny An artist's "ground" brush, (a fish) found in Brazil--its 0.
Walnuts, pears, sorrel, mulberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, bishop's weed, cherries, buckrams
, yarrow leaves, wall rocket and leeks -- it's a veritable breakfast buffet out there.