real lace

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  • You associated her in your mind with black velvet and real lace. Cited from Roast Beef, Medium, by Edna Ferber
  • The love letters of the dead are put away with her jewels and bits of real lace. Cited from The Spinster Book, by Myrtle Reed
  • They are always of real lace -- I know, for I have to mend them. Cited from The Reflections of Ambrosine, by Elinor Glyn
  • You soldiers have so few comforts -- and it's real lace. Cited from Shenandoah, by Bronson Howard
  • I had some old lace that is hard to buy now, and real lace isn't the fashion any more. Cited from The Sisters-In-Law, by Gertrude Atherton
  • Dorothy was her pride, and had light hair and blue eyes, and three dresses, one of real lace. Cited from The Bobbsey Twins, by Laura Lee Hope
  • I sometimes hear ladies talking about "real lace" and am on such occasions inclined to speak of my real boots. Cited from The Nature of Goodness, by George Herbert Palmer
  • "I'll get you ivory, with a bit of real lace!" Cited from The Vertical City, by Fannie Hurst
  • The blouse had real lace round the neck and cuffs, and must have cost a great deal of money. Cited from The Rebel of the School, by Mrs. L. T. Meade
  • It was said that she could serve less real food on more real lace doilies than any other housekeeper in Winnebago. Cited from Fanny Herself, by Edna Ferber
  • This is properly a piece of fine linen edged with deep real lace. Cited from Why the Chimes Rang: A Play in One Act, by Elizabeth Apthorp McFadden
  • The most prominent figure was one done in white satin and real lace with jewel clasps, etc. Cited from Final Report of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Commission, by Various
  • If I had the money, God knows you should be married in real lace, with the finest trousseau a girl ever had. Cited from The Best Short Stories of 1917, ed. by Edward J. O'Brien
  • The things with ribbon and handwork and yards and yards of real lace. Cited from Cheerful--By Request, by Edna Ferber
  • "This is real lace, don't you think so, Mrs. Van Dorn?" Cited from The Debtor, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • One could choose valuable specimens of real lace or trifling affairs that were pretty and inexpensive. Cited from Patty Blossom, by Carolyn Wells
  • A scarf of real lace was exquisitely painted upon the dark background of her gown. Cited from Old Rose and Silver, by Myrtle Reed
  • She wore a long, gray cashmere dress, slightly open at her throat, with ruffles of soft, real lace. Cited from The Honorable Miss, by L. T. Meade
  • A velvet dress, for instance, demands for its trimmings expensive and real lace. Cited from Manners and Social Usages, Mrs. J.M.E.W. Sherwood
  • She was dressed as a work-girl also, but in striped silk with a real lace apron and a few diamonds. Cited from Tenterhooks, by Ada Leverson
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