Tillie, at Mrs. McKee's, stood in the doorway and fanned herself with her apron.
Dilly got briskly up and gathered a drawer-full of papers into her apron.
Mrs. Pendleton hurried forward, wiping her hands on her apron as she went.
"David's harnessin' now," said Mary, beginning to untie her apron.
Mistress Affery, with a suppressed cry, threw her apron over her head.
It was the Bishop of Helstonleigh, in his laced-up hat and apron, who walked forth.
And that he done it with an apron on to kape from gettin' burnt and spattered?
Then with an air of authority she said: "Pat, off with your apron!"
And the Gineral ain't above puttin' an apron on him and makin' gravy.
She tossed her apron off, and as she went through the house her expression was thoughtful.