grave-clothes

[ greyv-klohz, -klohth z ]SEE DEFINITION OF grave-clothes

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The grave-clothes are all that are left as trophies of the conqueror.

Work with grave-clothes, a coffin-lid, and a galvanic battery.

But no—always the memory of the wounds, always the smell of grave-clothes?

The common notion is that tears wet the shroud or grave-clothes.

The grave-clothes and the side of the bier were thick with spots of candle-grease.

And the man arose; he shook off his grave-clothes; what he needed had come to him now—life!

The colours most approved for the grave-clothes are white and green.

My grave-clothes are all ready, too, for I've got my wedding chemise lying by.

One thing struck me, and it was this—I had no grave-clothes upon me.

She was dressed in her grave-clothes, as she had been consigned to the tomb.

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