Madame colours, looks resentful, Mademoiselle busies herself with orders to a mannequin.
If it does not satisfy the mannequin demand for "beauty" it at least refuses to accept margarine substitutes.
She found herself moving slowly around the study, with the gait of a mannequin in a dress-maker's show-room.
The glide seems to be the ideal at which the modern woman aims in her walk, and the mannequin glides with every exaggeration.
He's too good looking in an unassuming masculine way to dress so neatly—it makes him look like a mannequin.
There is again a wicker Figure, 'Mannequin of osier:' the centre of endless howlings.