embroidery

[ em-broi-duh-ree, -dree ]SEE DEFINITION OF embroidery
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Mrs. Raymount was sitting at the fireside with her embroidery.

When that was finished, the three superb pieces of embroidery were put in their places.

When her embroidery gave her mind a moment's leisure, she was astonished not to see Felicien.

These were trimmed with embroidery, and came down to my brown kid boots.

Clotilde shrugged her shoulders, without lifting her eyes from her embroidery.

An Irish harp worked in embroidery lies sodden on the earth.

It was almost as if he had wanted to knit, or do embroidery.

Embroidery in wool is also much in use for the same purpose.

She had her embroidery in her hands, and held it well up to her eyes.

Its colour is yellowish, and the embroidery is fully equal to the material.

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