Another piece called to her mind a dainty young woman clad
in an Empire gown, taking mincing dancing steps as she came down a long avenue between tall hedges.
Those that followed Interest were distinguished in the same way; the badge of the first announced "Liberality," that of the second "Largess," the third "Treasure," and the fourth "Peaceful Possession." In front of them all came a wooden castle drawn by four wild men, all clad
in ivy and hemp stained green, and looking so natural that they nearly terrified Sancho.
Like Will, this fellow was clad in scarlet, though he did not look quite as fine a gentleman.
Little John and Much the miller's son were out together on a foraging expedition when they espied the same young man; at least, they thought it must be he, for he was clad in scarlet and carried a harp in his hand.
They were well clad, and all had buffalo robes, which they procured from some of the hunting tribes in exchange for salmon.
The women were badly clad; the children worse; their garments were buffalo robes, or the skins of foxes, hares, and badgers, and sometimes the skins of ducks, sewed together, with the plumage on.