Descending, I passed a giant in moleskins who filled the low-ceiled tap-room.
Moleskins, flannel waistcoat, cabbage-tree hat and 'lastic-side boots.
"They" came before twilight—a black-bearded man in moleskins, and a little palsied old woman, who chirruped like a wren.
Boys would go to the few schools in the town in moleskins as woolen was expensive.
A few had stopped to get their coats, but most of them wore nothing over their soil-and toil-stained shirts and moleskins.
Bob came over, and letting his tools down with a clatter he hitched up the knees of his moleskins and sat down on one heel.
And diggers came up with their flannels and moleskins yellow and heavy, and dripping with wet 'mullock'.
The collecting of moleskins has been forbidden by the Belgian Government except in gardens.
Moleskins, says a news item, are now worth eighteen-pence each.
And the lean brown lad stood with his bare arms akimbo, a stained statue in a flannel shirt and moleskins.