Then the curtain
fell, and the audience reposed and ate candy while discussing the merits of the play.
The galleries that surrounded the court were festooned with a curtain
of some kind of Moorish stuff, and could be drawn down at pleasure, to exclude the beams of the sun.
Perkins had made full curtains
and lambrequins of unbleached muslin, which she had trimmed and looped back with bands of Turkey red cotton.
There are the yellow curtains
that Miss Nash admires so much.
That is for your impudence in answering mama awhile since," said he, "and for your sneaking way of getting behind curtains
, and for the look you had in your eyes two minutes since, you rat
At the same time he turned round in his ruelle, the curtains
of which, in falling, concealed the bed.
An increasing cackle of complaints, orders, and jests, and what to a European would have been bad language, came from behind the curtains
In Spain they are all curtains
- a nation of hangmen.
They described the drawing-room window-curtains
of one of the houses on this side of the way, and this part of the street, as being the handsomest and best hung of any in Bath, but could not recollect the exact number, and I have been trying to find out which it could be; but I confess I can see no curtains
hereabouts that answer their description.
Moreover, heavy curtains
were drawn across the windows.
The drawing-room curtains
at Windy Corner had been pulled to meet, for the carpet was new and deserved protection from the August sun.
Then he put on her clothes, dressed himself in her cap laid himself in bed and drew the curtains