1 Neither silk, lace, nor orange flowers would she have.
2 My silk stockings and two pairs of new gloves are my comfort.
3 I'm sure our pops look like silk, and they are nice enough for us.
4 A pair of silk stockings, that pretty carved fan, and a lovely blue sash.
5 My silk sacque isn't a bit the fashion, and my bonnet doesn't look like Sallie's.
6 I wish my favorite playmate Kitty Bryant to have the blue silk apron and my gold-bead ring with a kiss.
7 "It's worse than boots, it's a silk dress," she said, with the calmness of desperation, for she wanted the worst over.
8 That was only a month to wait, and here was a lovely violet silk going at a bargain, and she had the money, if she only dared to take it.
9 I hate tea and silk and spices, and every sort of rubbish his old ships bring, and I don't care how soon they go to the bottom when I own them.
10 A set of silver filagree was added, bracelets, necklace, brooch, and even earrings, for Hortense tied them on with a bit of pink silk which did not show.
11 "Twenty-five yards of silk seems a good deal to cover one small woman, but I've no doubt my wife will look as fine as Ned Moffat's when she gets it on," said John dryly.
12 Sallie had been buying silks, and Meg longed for a new one, just a handsome light one for parties, her black silk was so common, and thin things for evening wear were only proper for girls.
13 A cluster of tea-rose buds at the bosom, and a ruche, reconciled Meg to the display of her pretty, white shoulders, and a pair of high-heeled silk boots satisfied the last wish of her heart.
14 It's strong and neat, so I ought not to complain, but I know I shall feel ashamed of it beside Annie's silk one with a gold top, sighed Meg, surveying the little umbrella with great disfavor.
15 Home now looked bare and dismal as she thought of it, work grew harder than ever, and she felt that she was a very destitute and much-injured girl, in spite of the new gloves and silk stockings.
16 "See the cunning brackets to hold candles, and the nice green silk, puckered up, with a gold rose in the middle, and the pretty rack and stool, all complete," added Meg, opening the instrument and displaying its beauties.
17 When she got home, she tried to assuage the pangs of remorse by spreading forth the lovely silk, but it looked less silvery now, didn't become her, after all, and the words 'fifty dollars' seemed stamped like a pattern down each breadth.'
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