And the aigrettes made in the same way and used in ladies' bonnets.
The other white heron wearing "aigrettes" is Herodias egretta.
Gibbs dived into an inner pocket and brought out a bunch of aigrettes.
Only in the evening should she wear heavy bandeaux, aigrettes, etc.
Paris receives direct a large supply of aigrettes from South America and elsewhere.
The aigrettes were now useless; they could not be reshipped to another State, they could not be offered for sale.
They are entirely white, with a long train of beautiful straight "aigrettes" flowing from the middle of the back.
The Duchess of Kimberley (Ruby), a svelte aquiline-nosed woman of some forty summers, with green hair and two aigrettes.
The scops is a small owl with aigrettes or "horns," the wood-owl is a large bird without aigrettes.
It is easy to distinguish between the two owls, as the scops has aigrettes or "horns," which the spotted owlet lacks.