She took off her sopping frock, and gave it to the woman to hang up.
"Little Folks" by Various
His knock was answered by the maid, a tall girl of cheerful expression, in a black frock, a white apron, and a snow-white cap.
"The Manxman A Novel - 1895" by Hall Caine
But if there are any young girls there as guests, you might borrow a frock for to-night.
"Patty's Friends" by Carolyn Wells
Her dainty white frock was short, and she wore little white socks and slippers.
"Patty's Social Season" by Carolyn Wells
Then she donned her light blue frock, and went dancing downstairs, to find that her father had already arrived.
"Patty's Summer Days" by Carolyn Wells
She wore a little Turkey-red frock, and she had neither hat nor coat on.
"Girls of the Forest" by L. T. Meade
Not time to change my frock and put on something less shabby.
"Miss Mapp" by Edward Frederic Benson
Large and bulky garments, such as overcoats and frock coats, should be folded in triplicate.
"The Complete Bachelor" by Walter Germain
A sailor's coloured frock-shirt.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
She had a felt hat and a blue frock.
"Linda Tressel" by Anthony Trollope
Who wet their shoes and learn to box,
And say what isn't true,
Who bite their nails and jam their frocks,
And make long noses too;
"The Two Ogres" by William Schwenck Gilbert
Forbear! thy cowl's a helmet, thy serge frock
Invulnerable as brass--yet I am human,
Thou, priest, art still a man.
"The Dance To Death. Act II" by Emma Lazarus
I'll handle dainties on the docks
And thou shalt read of summer frocks:
At evening by the sour canals
We'll hope to hear some madrigals.
"Untitled" by Cecil Day Lewis
And I may walk the pretty place
Before the curtsying hollyhocks
And laundered daisies, round of face-
Good little girls, in party frocks.
"Story Of Mrs. W-" by Dorothy Parker
An' let thy sister teäke thy eärm,
The walk won't do her any harm;
There's noo dirt now to spweil her frock,
The ground's a-vroze so hard's a rock.
"Chris’mas Invitation" by William Barnes
And ever, if bound here hardest home,
You've parlour-pastime left and (who'll
Not honour it?) ale like goldy foam
That frocks an oar in Penmaen Pool.
"Penmaen Pool" by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Frock Around The Clock at Lisburn.
Vintage fever took Lisburn by storm last Saturday when Northern Ireland's favourite vintage event, the fabulous Frock Around The Clock Vintage Fair, visited the City for the first time.
Thirties and younger crowd don fancy hats and flirty frocks for fourth annual Deighton Cup party at Hastings Racecourse.
The rose-and-orchid-lavished headdresses were more than a match for the dresses they complemented — frocks by the likes of Tory Burch, Zang Toi and Thierry Mugler.
Designer swaps his normally raunchy frocks.
The Rubber RoseExpect high-end pleasure devices and frocks to frolic in, plus locally designed gear, DVDs, zines, and plenty of free, nonsketchy advice.
The 28-year-old stepped out in a bright blue frock, a black blazer and matching shoes in London October 27.
The retro feeling, belted frock was perfect for a daytime luncheon.
In April 2012 Brit babe Coleen Rooney was spotted on the streets rocking Roksanda Ilincic's hot pink frock with black patent Christian Louboutin platforms and a matching belt.
The actress wore Christian Louboutin heels with the flirty frock.
Cabler's first reality skein focuses on L.A. Smithsonian Channel greenlights ' Frock Stars'.
Chloe Sevigny Dons a Short Miu Miu Frock for HBO Party.
Frock , 56, of rural Monroe, passed away Tuesday, September 18, 2012, at Adams Memorial Hospital.
He was born in Allen County on October 23, 1955, to Robert (Sara) D. Frock , New Haven, and the late Betty Ann (Liebert) Peck.
Good-natured runners don't mind making a spectacle of themselves: Instead of shorts and T-shirts, the dress code for this event is frocks and gowns in every shade of red.