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He made her his bow, plying a broad straw hat and a billowy handkerchief of tussore silk.
Then you've got your new Tussore with the blue collar and waistband.
EMILY FOX-SETONFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Kemps and Tussore were given their liberty soon after corn planting time.
Nothing further is recorded as to the fate of Tussore, sometimes called Kinsock.
Hilda's is a tussore silk, frightfully sweet, and I had a blouse with a lot of Carrickmacross lace on it.
LALAGE'S LOVERSGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
We had frocks of tussore silk, with bouquets of orchids and Penelope Boothby caps.
The yoke is of green embroidery and the underslip is tussore.
THE HERITAGE OF DRESSWILFRED MARK WEBB
She had on her tussore in saxe-blue, trimmed with guipure lace, and was as pretty as ever, and as sad.
A LIKELY STORYWILLIAM DE MORGAN
Margot, in yellow tussore, had hair a shade darker and curlier, and her eyes were hazel.
She was wearing a dress of glistening tussore silk, and had delicate safrano roses at her throat and in her waist-band.
MRS. SEVERN, VOL. 1 (OF 3)MARY ELIZABETH CARTER

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