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There is no warmer kinder-looking garment in the world.
Yet for all that, in thy coyness, And thy fickle fits between, Hope is there- at least the border Of her garment may be seen.
And the idle Fairies, with thankful words, took the garments from her, and then with Bud went forth to Fairy-Land, and stood with beating hearts before the gates; where crowds of Fairy friends came forth to welcome them.
The elder spirits, if they knew that mirth was but the counterfeit of happiness, yet followed the false shadow wilfully, because at least her garments glittered brightest.
But the strong-willed old beldam scowled, and beckoned, and flung the energy of her purpose so forcibly at this poor combination of rotten wood, and musty straw, and ragged garments, that it was compelled to show itself a man, in spite of the reality of things.
The mourning garments may grow white and threadbare, the heart remains dark.
I was very anxious to secure some clothes for the winter, but in this I was disappointed, except for a few garments which my brother John secured for me.
Was there no profession in this age of specialism for taking away children's garments from houses where they were suddenly become a pain?
Ten minutes later the ape-man, carrying the outer garments of an Arab bundled beneath an arm, rejoined his companions.
Also, he was teasingly interested in the certain small garments on which Dede worked, while she was radiantly happy over them, though at times, when his tender fun was too insistent, she was rosily confused or affectionately resentful.
With fresh-sprinkled garments in the box, covered with the board and pressed by the iron, the device was complete and in operation.
You provide wool to make garments for all other men, but you destroy the clothes of him who feeds you.
Yet it was no beast that Dorothy had discovered, for the person was clothed most gorgeously in embroidered garments of many colors, and wore a straw hat perched jauntily upon the side of its head.
Now when Anchises saw her, he marked her well and wondered at her mien and height and shining garments.
Every day our garments become more assimilated to ourselves, receiving the impress of the wearer's character, until we hesitate to lay them aside without such delay and medical appliances and some such solemnity even as our bodies.