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It meant a flutter of raiment, a deliberation of readjustment, a kind of superb, massive dislocation.

Yea I am the thrall of Sorrow; she hath stripped my raiment off And laid sore stripes upon me with many a bitter scoff.

Most people want food and roof and raiment—books and pictures, luxury and leisure.

Take this brave fellow up there and find him a change of raiment.

Love-at-ArmsRaphael Sabatini

But as her eyes swept the silken splendor of the raiment her merriment changed to wonder and then to fear.

Red-RobinJane Abbott

We are to give up our old ways, and the selfish things we lived in once, and not think about our own raiment any more.

The Other GirlsMrs. A. D. T. Whitney

Every belonging I had with me was turned inside out, even to the lining of my raiment.

Krisstyan demanded a change of raiment, and Timar let him take clothes and shirts.

The World's Greatest Books, Volume V.Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton, Eds.

Of a truth, thou art blind since thou canst see naught but the raiment.

He is not civilised but de-civilised, having borrowed the raiment of his elder brother.

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