The period is contemporary with the peruke––the period is the peruke of style.
The Peruke, and, as it were, all that the Peruke symbolized.
His silver-white hair when he removed his peruke was a venerable spectacle.
This was a peruke of his, famous in the part of Sir Fopling Flutter.
Jacques had taken off the mask and peruke of Goodman Cholera.
He had tried on his twentieth peruke when the carriage was waiting at the door.
Daniel's head is covered with a peruke of considerable magnitude.
His peruke was carefully powdered and his shirt ruffles were snow-white.
Nodding his peruke, the king promised to render him contented.
We will bring our gossip about wigs to a close with an account of the Peruke Riot.