With dresses and with wimples / that they there should wear.
The hawk-ticks exterminate them as readily as wimples do moles.
Holy Scripture says nothing of wimples or other head-dress, but speaks of covering only.
Before it—I might say through it—wimples the Gala, almost laving its thresholds.
These wimples were sometimes very broad, and were almost like a mantle, so that they fell over the shoulders below the breast.
The wimples were pieces of silk or white linen held to the hair in front by pins, and allowed to flow over the head at the back.
At the back men and women in hoods and wimples, in short tunics and loose gowns.
These gowns and wimples will display the fashions, and I had another reason for telling you to bring them all.
The changeable suits of apparel, and the mantels, and the wimples, and the crisping pins.
Mr. Wimples is a little man of profound learning and ancient lineage.