They had been buried in their brocades, as has been pithily remarked, and forgotten.
Laces and finery for the quality, silks and brocades, hard as the times were.
The brocades that I promised to show you after supper will be my witness.
As for Percerin, he was once more absorbed in contemplation of the brocades.
She walked rather than drove, and wore neither diamonds nor brocades.
All were attired in brocades, embroideries, and cloth of gold.
Her black dress was like a blot among the brocades and satins.
There are no diagonal or irregular or floating threads, as in embroideries and brocades.
The brocades are used for tea-cloths, and by the Amr and richer men for table-covers.
Those silks and brocades are not put on for all comers or every day.