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Or throw ourselves into those new clothes, so as to be ready," added the younger Kearney, looking down at his ragged trousers.
Finally I was carried off in one direction, and my perilous clothes in another.
Besides, I considered that my clothes and shoes would soon wear out, which already were in a declining condition, and must be supplied by some contrivance from the hides of YAHOOS, or other brutes; whereby the whole secret would be known.
Not only were the texture and pattern uncommonly beautiful, but the clothes which were made of the stuff possessed this wonderful property that they were invisible to anyone who was not fit for his office, or who was unpardonably stupid.
Besides their clothes, the Abyssins have no movables or furniture of much value, or doth their manner of living admit of them.
LITTLE Benjamin said that the first thing to be done was to get back Peter's clothes, in order that they might be able to use the pocket handkerchief.
All the clothing of the two was still in the room--if they had gone then they must have gone naked or in their night clothes.
I want to take all our dirty clothes to the river and wash them.
She thinks there's nothing belongs to being a lady's maid but wearing finer clothes nor she was born to, I'll be bound.
The loss of his clothes hardly mattered, because He had seven coats on when he came, With three pairs of boots--but the worst of it was, He had wholly forgotten his name.
So she called the Winkies to help her, and they walked all that day and part of the next until they came to the tall tree in the branches of which the Winged Monkeys had tossed the Scarecrow's clothes.
Then they took away her fine clothes, and gave her an old grey frock to put on, and laughed at her, and turned her into the kitchen.
I was one myself once, though not long--not so long as my clothes.
When Harris and Philip went back to their bed-room they found a tall man changing his clothes and a boy of sixteen whistling as loud as he could while he brushed his hair.
Be still, my dear Porthos," resumed D'Artagnan, becoming slightly impatient, "I don't understand why your clothes should not fit you, because Mouston has grown stouter.