Thesaurus / sunshade
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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In for a penny in for a pound; she bought the sunshade, and the whole structure was at last complete.

The Frulein looked first at the slammed door, then at the sunshade, and then up at me.

I saw Lloyd's face drop, but he answered sneeringly, "I can carry a sunshade, you know."

Grandfather Mole said it was the first sunshade that a borrower had ever returned to him.

The Tale of Grandfather MoleArthur Scott Bailey

She did not forget her sunshade, her bag, or her handkerchief.

BalloonsElizabeth Bibesco

She swung her sunshade, so that it fell open, and turned it up till it fell shut. '

A LaodiceanThomas Hardy

Jasmine's most conspicuous present that year was a sunshade that Aunt May had bought at the July sales.

Rich RelativesCompton Mackenzie

Now, when I had presented myself before him, the shadow of his sunshade fell upon me.

Archology and the BibleGeorge A. Barton

Mrs. Calvert was nervously prodding the gravel with her sunshade.

Garrison's FinishW. B. M. Ferguson

Mrs. Caukins waved her sunshade vigorously at 'Lias and gave a long sigh of relief and satisfaction.

Flamsted quarriesMary E. Waller

WORDS RELATED TO SUNSHADE

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.