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Also he will be led to speculate favourably upon the stylishness and extent of your wardrobe.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 146, APRIL 8, 1914VARIOUS
It was a question of her wedding dress, a gown of light grey silk, the stylishness of which she considered very amusing.
THE THREE CITIES TRILOGY, COMPLETEEMILE ZOLA
Her stylishness grew marvellously, and imposed a yoke of admiring submission.
DOUBLE HARNESSANTHONY HOPE
This prisoner, who was nicknamed Miss Dandy, because of her stylishness, was under indictment for theft and incendiarism.
THE AWAKENINGLEO NIKOLEYEVICH TOLSTOY
But it wasn't her stylishness that impressed him; it was her littleness.
THE KINGDOM ROUND THE CORNERCONINGSBY DAWSON
In the mirror he was almost startled at the stylishness of his own image.
THE MINISTER'S CHARGEWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
They did, however, enjoy the stylishness of buying bottles of strawberry pop at Wakamin.
THE TRAIL OF THE HAWKSINCLAIR LEWIS
The squalor of the public box increased the effect of her young and proud stylishness and of her perfume.
THE ROLL-CALLARNOLD BENNETT
The Batchgrew clan was well represented, no doubt by order from authority, Mrs. Yardley came, in surprising stylishness.
THE PRICE OF LOVEARNOLD BENNETT
It was not her brains, nor her beauty, nor her stylishness that affected him.
THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT

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