pongee

[ pon-jee, pon-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF pongee
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PONGEE

Now I have here a piece of pongee silk, cut from a woman's automobile-coat.

"Pongee is the best material to travel in that I know of," said Miss Eliza.

The real Chinese pongee is hand-woven and is made from the silk of wild silkworms.

Was that girl with the loud voice and the pongee suit his cousin?

With regard to dress, garments of cotton or pongee shall be worn.

The Colonel folded his pongee, and came again to Hulda's side.

He ordered a suit of pongee, to be done at noon the following day.

How can I tell of the lady of the pongee—now that I beheld her?

The driver was a great tanned giant, pongee colored from his hair to his puttees and boots.

And the pongee person was so competent, so quietly sure, so angularly graceful among his brakes and levers.

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