Why, there's that old bombazin cloak, that you keep on purpose to put over me when I take my afternoon's nap; you might as well give her that,--she needs clothes
It was D'Artagnan, his clothes
dusty, his face inflamed, his hair dripping with sweat, his legs stiff; he lifted his feet painfully at every step, on which resounded the clink of his blood-stained spurs.
Why don't you have a clothes
line out in your back yard?
It is also useful to enure them to the cold when they are very little; for this is very serviceable for their health; and also to enure them to the business of war; for which reason it is customary with many of the barbarians to dip their children in rivers when the water is cold; with others to clothe
them very slightly, as among the Celts; for whatever it is possible to accustom children to, it is best to accustom them to it at first, but to do it by degrees: besides, boys have naturally a habit of loving the cold, on account of the heat.
Surely not venerable Rome--nor the green plain that compasses her round about, contrasting its brightness with her gray decay--nor the ruined arches that stand apart in the plain and clothe
their looped and windowed raggedness with vines.
It is as though in this far country his spirit, that had wandered disembodied, seeking a tenement, at last was able to clothe
itself in flesh.
But I love the gold and the silk which clothe
the priest of Rome, and his celibacy, and the confessional, and purgatory: and in the darkness of an Italian cathedral, incense-laden and mysterious, I believe with all my heart in the miracle of the Mass.
Now some of you clothe
yourselves as curtal friars, and some as rustic peasants, and some as tinkers, or as beggars, but see that each man taketh a good bow or broadsword, in case need should arise.
It required but a few moments for the ape-man to clothe
himself in the tights, sandals, and parrot emblazoned yellow tunic of the dead soldier.
On my side I will clothe
and feed you, furnish you with mounts and armor and weapons and a roof to sleep under, and fight for and with you with a sword arm which you know to be no mean protector.
The beams of the cold northern moon, mingling strangely with the dawning light, clothe
the snowy plains in hues of livid gray.
I could not feed her, nor clothe
her, nor shoe her.
We should feed and clothe
him gratuitously sometimes, and recruit him with our cordials, before we judge of him.
So sudden and violent had been the change of fortune, that the dwellers in the older cabins had not had time to change with it, but still kept their old habits, customs, and even their old clothes
Yes, we became very wakeful; so much so that our recumbent position began to grow wearisome, and by little and little we found ourselves sitting up; the clothes
well tucked around us, leaning against the head-board with our four knees drawn up close together, and our two noses bending over them, as if our knee-pans were warming-pans.