I swan there was looking glasses in every corner—big ones, man's size.
She began blinking rapidly and moved away from the looking glasses.
Mishter Fry, Mishter Fry, he gasped, dey are looking glasses!
We still speak of polished surfaces; but not any more, with Cudworth, of polite bodies, as looking glasses.
The Hindu shopkeepers were successful in saving their quarter of the town by means of looking glasses, long prayers and chants.
On Natasha's table stood two looking glasses which Dunyasha had prepared beforehand.
The way in which he was enabled to do this, was by means of looking glasses placed outside.
We know from the ledgers that there were sconce and looking glasses at Marlborough.
The hermit showed Grandpa Brown the valley where the Gypsies had been seen, with their wagons shining with looking glasses.
The men constantly carry their looking glasses with them on all their journeys; but the women do not.