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The tears came so fast to Mrs. Pontellier's eyes that the damp sleeve of her peignoir no longer served to dry them.
But changing her mind once more she resumed the peignoir, and went outside and sat down before her door.
She sat on the sofa, clad in an ample white peignoir, holding a handkerchief tight in her hand with a nervous clutch.
As soon as the domestic had gone, Bijou slipped on another peignoir quickly.
She slipped off the silk peignoir, washed with almond-scented water the white arms and neck, and the white tired feet.
ROUGH-HEWNDOROTHY CANFIELD
Each time he saw a woman in her peignoir or kimono he felt as though he had committed a sacrilege.
THE VOICE IN THE FOGHAROLD MACGRATH
At an open window over the way, a handsome lady, wrapped in a muslin peignoir, sat sipping her cup of chocolate.
She was closely wrapped in her soft, snow-white peignoir, bordered with red, above which rose her lovely neck and head.
JACQUELINE, COMPLETE(MME. BLANC) TH. BENTZON
Andrée was at that moment kneeling, dressed in her white peignoir; and praying with fervor.
THE QUEEN'S NECKLACEALEXANDRE DUMAS PRE
She was clad now in a girdled peignoir of rich rose-color, the sleeves, wide and full, falling hack from her round arms.
54-40 OR FIGHTEMERSON HOUGH

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