You will notice my braids are tied with yellow, pink, brown, red, green, white and black; but I have no blue ribbons
She had scarcely entered the ballroom and reached the throng of ladies, all tulle, ribbons
, lace, and flowers, waiting to be asked to dance--Kitty was never one of that throng--when she was asked for a waltz, and asked by the best partner, the first star in the hierarchy of the ballroom, a renowned director of dances, a married man, handsome and well-built, Yegorushka Korsunsky.
He sewed the coin in the delicate leather, sewed the leather to the ribbon
, tied the ends together.
`twilled' till it was cut off, gave the wrong change, and covered herself with confusion by asking for lavender ribbon
at the calico counter.
was pulled out of Topsy's own sleeve, yet was she not in the least disconcerted; she only looked at it with an air of the most surprised and unconscious innocence.
I hear you have a charming collection of new ribbons
Winn helped him to a seat in the machine, then went to the pigeon-loft and took possession of the bird with the ribbon
still fast to its leg.
It is stylish to have hair ribbons
to match your dress.
But most vivid of all, Saxon saw the fight at Little Meadow--and Daisy, dressed as for a gala day, in white, a ribbon
sash about her waist, ribbons
and a round-comb in her hair, in her hands small water-pails, step forth into the sunshine on the flower-grown open ground from the wagon circle, wheels interlocked, where the wounded screamed their delirium and babbled of flowing fountains, and go on, through the sunshine and the wonder-inhibition of the bullet-dealing Indians, a hundred yards to the waterhole and back again.
So she scudded away up the ribbon
, calling out to Maimie not to follow lest the Queen should mischief her.
Shutters were up along almost the whole line of the house; the great hall-door was unbarred after much ringing of the bell; an individual in ribbons
was seen flitting up the black oak stair, as Horrocks at length admitted the heir of Queen's Crawley and his bride into the halls of their fathers.
And Faith, as the wife was aptly named, thrust her own pretty head into the street, letting the wind play with the pink ribbons
of her cap while she called to Goodman Brown.