Thesaurus / reticule

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And the countess bent over her reticule to hide her agitated face.

War and PeaceLeo Tolstoy

Because she buys diamonds, and has sometimes 50,000 francs in her reticule, she is not the more rich for that.

Madame Trouillard filled her reticule with pills and went away, after subscribing to all our sances, public and private.

On the landing she drew out of her reticule a heavy iron key.

The Gods are AthirstAnatole France

Raisins and oranges from George Anne's reticule alone restored them to their beds in peace.

The LadiesE. Barrington

Sometimes she puckered them up like the orifice of her reticule; and this was an infallible precursor of a coming storm.

She carefully opened her reticule a little way and showed me a folded piece of paper inside as the appointment of which she spoke.

Bleak HouseCharles Dickens

Mrs. Gisborne sniffed, and produced a pocket handkerchief from the early Victorian reticule.

While the luggage was being searched (fortunately she had the ticket in her reticule), I stood by and helped her.

The Cockaynes in ParisBlanchard Jerrold

Cabas, Caba, kab′a, n. a woman's work-basket or reticule: a rush basket or pannier.

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