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Atop her head sat an upturned, dented little metal bucket—recycling turned into millinery.

Pippa wore a hat embroidered with butterflies, by Madeleine Millinery, and a gold sequinned dress.

Thirty trunks—constructed to house everything from crinolines and corsets, to dresses and millinery—are piled high.

From where he sat he could look across at the muddy car standing before a closed millinery-and-drygoods store.

It is very difficult for her to do this if she has had no training in dressmaking or in millinery.

Girls in such a circle could all help in blouse making or in millinery.

She had picked up some of the ends of her burnt millinery, which she used to barter for food as they went along.

I think they must have opened a store; for she spoke of having on hand a valuable stock of millinery and medicines.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to millinery, such as: fedora, headgear, helmet, boater, bonnet, and bowler.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.