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Nothing pleased her more, you feel, than a plaid shirt or a striped chair.
When he entered the house he found the plaid cloak, formerly his master's, hanging in the entry.
You may consider yourself 'geyan fine,' all covered over with Scotch plaid, but I wouldn't be so 'kenspeckle' for worlds!
We think that her success came chiefly from her writing the verses with a Scotch plaid lead-pencil.
That which he had called cubical I had never had much doubt of; sure enough, it was a little Bible, to carry in a plaid-neuk.
In this a man swathes himself, somewhat as a Highlander does in his plaid, pinning it over the shoulder and leaving the arms free.
The seat covers were made of plastic in a maroon and blue plaid pattern.
He had a mop of carroty hair, and on top of it was a little plaid cap that looked as though it was lost in the wilderness.
MOTOR MATT'S MYSTERYSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
And without specifying further, she opened her plaid parasol and stepped out at the porch.
ELIHEMAN WHITE CHAPLIN
But that plaid should now go so far afield as to decorate the noble garment of the Indies is ill news.
CERES' RUNAWAYALICE MEYNELL

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