Tis a brocade that for best preservation must not be hung always in the sun.
The Master said, Feeding on rice, clad in brocade, couldst thou be at rest?
He must lay aside his violin; he must put on his brocade coat and his lace ruffles.
On the wall hung Mrs. Hoffman's brocade shawl and Sunday hat.
The great throne-room was ornamented with enormous columns of silver, between which were hangings of rich silk or brocade.
Simply in details of hair, lace, and brocade did he elaborate.
He filched the very pall of brocade off his dead fathers coffin.
Was the industrious husbandman to be contented with rags and tatters, whilst lazy priests were clothed in silks and brocade?
Mrs. Asterley, too, was as fine as brocade and ribbons could make her.
There was a shimmer upon and around him like the halo about a saint in gold and brocade.