And if she must have some sendal of Inde, well,—fate is inevitable.
Samite and Sendal are the two generally named in our English romances.
The material used, in addition to sendal, was worsted, sindon and cloth of Aylsham.
Never did Owain see an assemblage so gorgeous with satin, and silk, and sendal.
We may add to these the names of Oriental materials such as Pfellel and Sendal.
However, the finest samite and sendal cannot take the place of suitable furs.
And afore him he saw a long bridge, and three pavilions stood thereon, of silk and sendal of divers hue.
The pavilion, with its cords of sendal and its silver hanging lamps, spun round about him.