exquisites

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Yet Oxford, then as now, did not lack her exquisites, and her admirers of the fair.

Some exquisites were said to have been able to detect the tea made by Luwuh from that of his disciples.

The two exquisites of the morning he saw, to his dismay, were already there.

Scarlet and nankeen were the colours chiefly favoured for the spring costume of the exquisites of the period.

As to my comrade and myself, I trust that the reader will charitably suppose us the exquisites of the party.

Some make their appearance as exquisites or dandies—a sort of indescribable being, if being such things may be called.

Here was the Court and a great throng, and this public disgrace of the pack was too much for the Lincoln exquisites.

Yet, on the whole, it evinced the good taste of a man who had once been among the exquisites of the polite world.

Such gorgeous mantles were much in fashion among the Norman exquisites.

There is a whole tent full of Toy Spaniels and other exquisites in upholstered pens.