purlon

All Noun
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  • The king and queen then immediately ordered that the purlon be carried before the princess. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • Your father will soon come and take this purlon away. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • Every part of the purlon was so well joined, that no opening whatever could be detected. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • They took the purlon with them, and returned it to the agent. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • Suguid then ordered five men to carry the purlon towards the king's palace. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • They talked a while with their daughter, who assured them of her great satisfaction with the purlon. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • By means of a certain device a person inside the purlon could breathe. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • Suguid, being thus assured of his success, entered the purlon again. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • As soon as he thought they were too far away to hear their daughter in case she should cry out, he came out from the purlon, poniard in hand. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • This purlon was made of gold, silver, and precious stones. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • When all the goldsmiths were assembled, Suguid ordered them to make a purlon. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • The owner of this (pointing to the purlon) was a religious man. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • Suguid, who was inside the purlon, listened very carefully to the retreating footsteps of the king and queen. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • When the purlon was near the palace, the king was so charmed by the melodious music, that he asked the master of the carriers to halt for a moment. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • Before going into the purlon, Suguid told the merchant to take the goldsmiths home, and not to allow them to leave the house for three days, lest they should reveal the secret. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler