Two wide roads meet upon the verge of the forest of Velours.
A shallow circular cavity in the large blue flag of the hearth was the resting place of Velours.
Little Blanche was fast asleep in her sofa-crib, and Velours was rolled in a torpid circle on the hearth.
There were rugs, there were hangings, there were dim-shaded lamps casting a soft glow upon tapestry and velours.
Again the hunt plunges into the forest of Velours, in pursuit of the tireless wolf.
The present fashion does not go beyond a grey tweed lounge suit, with white spats and velours hat.
She dressed hurriedly and warmly, bundling her hair under a velours hat and ramming a pin through both.
Velure, vel′ūr, n. velvet: a silk or plush pad for smoothing or giving lustre to silk hats—also Velours (ve-loor′).