"You would like to wear
them?" exclaimed Dorothea, an air of astonished discovery animating her whole person with a dramatic action which she had caught from that very Madame Poincon who wore the ornaments.
"Did n't your mother ever let you wear
the nice things that came?" asked Maud.
The women of these islands all wear
boots too big for them.
I like to be tidy, and so, when I wear
fussed-up things, I'm thinking of my clothes all the time, and that's tiresome.
"You must think of somebody else too, when you wear
that necklace," replied Miss Crawford.
(and which was hidden somewhere under the glossy black hair) was fiery, harsh and haughty in the extreme, and it often led the Princess to do unpleasant things which she regretted when she came to wear
her other heads.
Dorothy wondered why the animals living in Foxville did not wear
just their own hairy skins as wild foxes do; when she mentioned it to King Dox he said they clothed themselves because they were civilized.
And now having got so far, my master went on to break me to harness; there were more new things to wear
. First, a stiff heavy collar just on my neck, and a bridle with great side-pieces against my eyes called blinkers, and blinkers indeed they were, for I could not see on either side, but only straight in front of me; next, there was a small saddle with a nasty stiff strap that went right under my tail; that was the crupper.
You will recognize them by the white ribbon they will wear
on the left arm.
"You'll have to wear
a mask pretty soon, if you're going to have any comfort, Huldah," said Rebecca.
I thought they never did any thing but wear
magnificent crowns and red velvet dressing-gowns with dabs of wool sewed on them in spots, and sit on thrones and scowl at the flunkies and the people in the parquette, and order Dukes and Duchesses off to execution.
To him who the longer wears
a weed upon his hat in memory of me shall go my entire fortune.