It was a long bundle, as long as a man, and was swathed in cerements of white Egyptian tissue.
As she spoke she held up part of her cerements for me to see.
It was not as if my first idea of death taken from her cerements was negatived.
Suffice it to say that for countless ages they lay concealed in the cerements of a mummy.
Both awaited the return of summer to change into winged insects, burst their cerements, and proceed as their parents did.
His sister bent over him, her face white like the cerements of the dead, and Mademoiselle ran forward.
For our own part, we always wish to feel the difference between sheets and cerements.
Rather would I be”—here she hesitated for an instant, but as she caught sight of her cerements went on hurriedly—“as I am.
I made no reply but lay motionless, watching the tamaracks, ghostly in their cerements of silver fog.
The ghost of Chesterfield ought in mercy to have burst from his cerements to have answered it.