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Among the girls in the party none was prettier or more charmingly gowned than Marian.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
At the appointed time the lady from India appeared, gowned in crimson velvet bordered with pearls.
"I see you're not going to trust me," murmured Mrs. Lessing, as a slim-waisted, trailing-black-gowned saleswoman approached.
RED PEPPER BURNSGRACE S. RICHMOND
She saw that Aunt Lucretia was well but simply gowned in white.
DOROTHY'S TRAVELSEVELYN RAYMOND
Grande dames there were, with gorgeous footmen on the box; and elegant little victorias containing wonderfully gowned demoiselles.
HIGH NOONANONYMOUS
On every side of him were women gowned by the great artists of the day, women like flowers, all perfume and softness and colour.
MR. GREX OF MONTE CARLOE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
She was not a pretty woman, but she was certainly a striking and attractive one and quite beautifully gowned.
THE BEAUTYMRS. WILSON WOODROW
The white-gowned figure shook the gate chain a second time, then slowly retreated.
GHOST BEYOND THE GATEMILDRED A. WIRT
The last time I was there an anxious-eyed, beautifully-gowned woman was working on a rug, with three rabbits as a design.
GLORY OF YOUTHTEMPLE BAILEY
Under a mask of habitual and hereditary reticence, the step came on, revealing a finished creature, gowned beyond all mending.

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nudniknoun | [nood-nik ]SEE DEFINITION