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Synonyms for frilled

having decorative ruffles or frills

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Lord Lundie strove to disembarrass himself of his accoutrements much as an ill-trained Punch and Judy dog tries to escape backwards through his frilled collar.
A ghostly shade, frilled and night-capped, follows the law- stationer to the room he came from and glides higher up.
His shirts were of fine linen with frilled bosoms, and his vests were richly embroidered with colored silks.
And that night they worked till half-past ten, dipping "fancy starch" - all the frilled and airy, delicate wear of ladies.
asked Phebe, looking up at her guest and wondering how life could be dull to a girl who wore a silk frock, a daintily frilled apron, a pretty locket, and had her hair tied up with a velvet snood.
The clerk slept a great deal sounder than his principal that night; and, cuddling his children after breakfast (of which he partook with a very hearty appetite, though his modest cup of life was only sweetened with brown sugar), he set off in his best Sunday suit and frilled shirt for business, promising his admiring wife not to punish Captain D.
She gripped herself and her iron with a visible effort, and dabbed futilely at the frail, frilled garment on the board under her hand.
condition," Saxon answered, as she frilled a lace ruffle with a hot fluting-iron.