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It’s made of featherweight cotton, and boasts a relaxed look.
THE BEST NEW LAUNCHES FROM DR. MARTENS, BUCK MASON, AND MOREDANIEL MODLINMAY 21, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
This featherweight tablet comes with a stand that can prop the screen up into laptop mode, lower it into a 15-degree angle for studio mode, and kick the stand out for a freestanding tablet.
BEST ANDROID TABLET: FIND THE RIGHT DEVICE FOR YOUERIC ALTDECEMBER 17, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
"I had no idea Americans were so romantic," said Lady Sellingworth, with just a touch of featherweight malice.
DECEMBER LOVEROBERT HICHENS
She seemed only a featherweight when the bewildered doctor helped her to alight—an undoubted sprite and creature of romance.
THE DOCTOR'S FAMILYMRS. (MARGARET) OLIPHANT
I am not as strong as I once was so I bought a featherweight one.
THE MODERN PISTOL AND HOW TO SHOOT ITWALTER WINANS
Fancy that little featherweight saying, "O khansamah jee" to my bloodthirsty Mir Khan!
THE STORY OF THE GADSBYRUDYARD KIPLING
He held out his arm, but grew tired long before they reached his trap: Dane was no featherweight, and he leaned upon him heavily.
THE LEAGUE OF THE LEOPARDHAROLD BINDLOSS
Even Aurora could have raised him, and he was a featherweight in the arms of such a creature as Regina.
WHOSOEVER SHALL OFFENDF. MARION CRAWFORD
Leonora lifted her up—she was the merest featherweight—and laid her on the bed with her hair about her.
THE GOOD SOLDIERFORD MADOX FORD
Live Wire Luiz cried; for, though a featherweight physically, he was possessed of the courage of an Alexander.
CAPPY RICKS RETIRESPETER B. KYNE

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