"Well, you're a pretty girl," said Madame Beattie, dropping her lorgnon.
Her lorgnon seemed to follow his every expression like a searchlight.
Inside a lady was sitting, and she looked at me through a lorgnon.
She was reading a letter, holding her lorgnon up to her painted eyes.
"I shall tell her, of course," said Mrs. Tresslyn, and lifted her lorgnon.
For an instant they wavered, for Caterina had sprung upon the float and was gazing at them through her lorgnon.
When the child once saw her uncle with a lorgnon around his neck she said, Cest le bon Dieu de mon oncle.
Mrs Clayton Vernon had a lorgnon at the end of a shaft of tortoise-shell; otherwise, a pair of eye-glasses on a stick.
Valencia Valletort's luminous eyes had gleamed that night under their lashes, and pierced through the lenses of his lorgnon.
Mrs. Gueste looked through her lorgnon at the glinting speck traveling out on the water.