You have the kilt at every turn, in every tartan, and often in no tartan at all.
The doctor is nearing them rapidly; they can imagine the shepherd's tartan.
The tartan touched at the harbour of Pola, called Veruda, and we landed.
One of them—he recognised to his delight—was a Cameron tartan, often worn by Euphra.
He wore the "trews" of tartan, which in itself showed him a man of consideration.
The tartan he wore had more of red in it than that of the other.
"But in any tartan, cousin, you're not going to let yourself be caught," said Argile.
With all my heart, if you'll wear this tartan and stop shivering.
And this was her husband's dress that night; but why the Stewart tartan?
As Argyle's to the tartan, my heart has warmed to an Irishman since that night.