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The third was a mournful-eyed Schree, clad in an ornamented smock-like garment, from which his thin limbs thrust grotesquely.
Michael himself, not so ruddy, nor so determined, in white smock and blue stockings.
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A smock covered her into shapelessness, and her spectacular hair was bound up in a kerchief, but she still looked good.
SECURITYPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
Why do Michael and the gardeners wear smock frocks and blue stockings?
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And how had that little torn smock ever been drawn over those gigantic shoulders!
Gabriel's hand, which had lain for some time idle in his smock-frock pocket, touched his flute which he carried there.
Not beneath an embroidered waistcoat, only beneath a woollen smock, can a noble heart beat.
He sits shambling in the saddle, his smock and tall boots dangle on his bony figure.
I certainly thought it was a smock-frock, though, when I saw you go out in it.
FRANK FAIRLEGHFRANK E. SMEDLEY
Those who adopt this view called the plant Our Lady's-smock, but I cannot find that name in any old writers.

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