It was no use talking to him of panniers and loose sleeves, and lockets.
His picture was to be found in rogues' galleries and ladies' lockets.
Michael and Mary were holding the lockets close to their throats.
You have seen that the pictures in the two lockets are of the same person?
Lockets and love-letters; and D'Hrouville and I for cutting each other's throats!
These lockets opened by a secret spring, and in one of them I put my half of the map.
The gold chain held the two lockets—the treasured portraits of her father and her mother.
Then Victorian hoops which were succeeded by the Victorian bustles, pantalets, black velvet at throat and wrists, and lockets.
Sir George having run up a long score at Lockets, added to the injury by ceasing to frequent the house.
A poet of 1697 describes the sparks, dressed by noon hurrying to the Mall, and from thence to Lockets.