The shorter staples are made into flannels and light woolen goods; and the longer are extensively used for combing.
Mr. Campbell I've put a suit of Hosy's and some flannels on your bed.
When he came, as I was informed, he lectured them severely for removing the flannels at all.
Lancashire flannels are cheapest, but are far inferior in quality.
Harry Tristram, in flannels and a straw hat, stood looking in.
“You had better put on flannels, Alphonso, for this kind of work,” said Prigio.
If you could get all six of them on, one on top of the other and wear your flannels.
Celia came back with flannels and things and washed Jumbo's face.
I couldn't tell them I had no flannels, because they wouldn't have believed me.
Keep your flannels on, and change your clothing when you have been in the wet.