"I am sorry for her," said Henry, rubbing the sleeve of his pinafore across his eyes.
It was creeping about like an old baby, and had on a little frock and pinafore.
We'll sail in the 'Pinafore,' and come home with our pockets full of money.
His frock set off this petted appearance—it gave you the idea of a pinafore on him.
"Give it to me," cried the Prince; and reaching after it, he hid it under his pinafore.
But it looked to me like a child's pinafore, greatly enlarged.
"The little girls will laugh at me," she said, drying her tears with her pinafore.
But a young man of nineteen ought not to be attached to his mother's pinafore!
The 'Pinafore' announcement was for the edification of the New Londoners.
Then why don't you substitute something in place of 'Pinafore?'