We make blankets, tweeds for men's suits and ladies' dresses.
Irish tweeds have such a reputation that we simply cannot meet the demand.
The stranger in tweeds turned to stare down at him, surprised.
"She was a ravening beast," the man in tweeds started again.
Now, on this day, dressed in tweeds, he greeted Jeroloman with his usual cordiality.
The Tweeds, the Wards, their like, are no honor whatever to the native stock.
Or shall you go to the altar in tweeds with April mud on your boots?
Langham, clad in tweeds from head to foot, sat on the edge of his bed.
A man in tweeds came on backwards and collided with the hammock.
This big fellow in tweeds must have come soon after the shooting.