She was almost entirely enveloped in a magnificent sable coat: her head was bare.
"The Brother of Daphne" by Dornford Yates
In the Hofstadt Theater she had worn a sable coat and had avoided his eyes.
"The Street of Seven Stars" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
I'm going to buy you a ring, and a sable coat, and a house to live in, and a dinner.
"The Lost Road" by Richard Harding Davis
His coat was black samite, and his hat was goodly sable.
"The Fall of the Niebelungs" by Unknown
It was like a glowing coat of velvety sable beaten by storm.
"The Valley of Silent Men" by James Oliver Curwood
Fifty thousand is often paid for a coat of sable, and I know of one that cost two hundred thousand.
"The Metropolis" by Upton Sinclair
And, Zara, I want you to wear the sable coat.
"The Reason Why" by Elinor Glyn
Proudest moment of my life when I helped my little old mother into her own automobile in that sable coat.
"The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story" by Various
Judging by her figure, for her face was thickly veiled, she was young; she was plainly but richly dressed, and wore a coat and muff of sable.
"The Woman's Way" by Charles Garvice
Janet wore a long fur coat, and a toque of dark Russian sable, with a sweeping feather at one side.
"The Independence of Claire" by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey