1 Andrew Hale was a ruddy man with a big gray moustache and a stubbly double-chin unconstrained by a collar; but his scrupulously clean shirt was always fastened by a small diamond stud.
2 The black bombazine, with its puffed sleeves and princess lace collar, set off her white skin superbly, but it did make her look a trifle elderly.
3 "And breaks a collar bone like a man," said Gerald.
4 If she could only be rid of her tight stays, the collar that choked her and the slippers still full of sand and gravel that blistered her feet.
5 She patted her cheeks, felt frantically at her collar bones, feeling them stand out through her basque.
6 If it hasn't splintered his collar bone it's not so serious.
7 She buttoned her black basque up to the chin and pinned down the collar with Pittypat's mourning brooch.
8 She saw that he was coatless and his cravat hung down on either side of his open collar.
9 Lily sat down on one of the plush and rosewood sofas, and he deposited himself in a rocking-chair draped with a starched antimacassar which scraped unpleasantly against the pink fold of skin above his collar.
10 A man in cuffless shirt-sleeves with pink arm-garters, wearing a linen collar but no tie, yawned his way from Dyer's Drug Store across to the hotel.
11 Her ears and nose were pinched; her breath frosted her collar; her fingers ached.
12 She tried to evolve a philosophy which would explain why Kennicott could never tie his scarf so that it would reach the top of the gap in his turn-down collar.
13 Whether she wore a low middy collar or dressed reticently for school in a black suit with a high-necked blouse, she was airy, flippant.
14 She seized the rouge sponge, daubed her cheeks, scratched at her lips with the vermilion pencil until they stung, tore open her collar.
15 Carol drew the collar of her middy blouse over her bare throat.