pelerine

[ pel-uh-reen, pel-er-in ]SEE DEFINITION OF pelerine
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A veil, a shawl, or a pelerine of white lace may be washed in this manner.

Your travelling-dress for summer should have a large cape or pelerine of the same.

Pelerine, pel′ėr-in, n. a woman's tippet or cape with long ends coming down in front.

She borrowed minds and gestures as later she borrowed Grandma Buntain's pelerine and bonnet.

She was next informed that she could not be presentable without a French pelerine of embroidered muslin.

There was likewise a considerable demur about a canezou and a pelerine, but eventually the latter carried the day.

Coiffure a fanchon remnant of pelerine blue, laced throughout and crossing at the belt.

I bought a few trifles of her, this pelerine, only forty dollars, and this cheap bracelet for fifty.

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