So you have no cause to be uneasy about stripes
too many or too few; heaven forbid I should cheat anyone of even a hair of his head.
It must be for the Great and General Court to determine, whether stripes
and long imprisonment, and other grievous penalty, may atone for his transgressions.
Kory-Kory, with a view of improving the handiwork of nature, and perhaps prompted by a desire to add to the engaging expression of his countenance, had seen fit to embellish his face with three broad longitudinal stripes
of tattooing, which, like those country roads that go straight forward in defiance of all obstacles, crossed his nasal organ, descended into the hollow of his eyes, and even skirted the borders of his mouth.
There was never stripe
nor bar upon his hide in those good days when this the Jungle was new.
The figure was much longer, leaner, and more athletic; the pyjamas, though equally tropical, were comparatively tasteful, being of white with a light lemon-yellow stripe
There were milkmaids and shepherdesses, with brightly colored bodices and golden spots all over their gowns; and princesses with most gorgeous frocks of silver and gold and purple; and shepherds dressed in knee breeches with pink and yellow and blue stripes
down them, and golden buckles on their shoes; and princes with jeweled crowns upon their heads, wearing ermine robes and satin doublets; and funny clowns in ruffled gowns, with round red spots upon their cheeks and tall, pointed caps.
Then the huntsman said, 'Give the old one stripes
three times a day and hay once; give the next (who was the servant-maid) stripes
once a day and hay three times; and give the youngest (who was the beautiful lady) hay three times a day and no stripes
': for he could not find it in his heart to have her beaten.
And as each particular bar left its own stripe
across my wearied body, and yet its own comfort in my quivering heart, another day broke over the face of the waters, and over me.
It was three-cornered, like a cut of cheese lying on its side: on the walls were pictures of women in corsets, and two poster-proofs, one of a man in pyjamas, green and white in large stripes
, and the other of a ship in full sail ploughing an azure sea: on the sail was printed in large letters `great white sale.
They sat down and looked out over the bay; it was very still, the sea was rippling faintly, and lines of green and blue were beginning to stripe
Dorothy was too dazed to say much, but she watched one of Jim's big ears turn to violet and the other to rose, and wondered that his tail should be yellow and his body striped with blue and orange like the stripes
of a zebra.
They seemed to have a general groundwork of blue, but here and there other colors glinted at times through the blue--gorgeous yellows, turning to pink, purple, orange and scarlet, mingled with more sober browns and grays--each appearing as a blotch or stripe
anywhere on a leaf and then disappearing, to be replaced by some other color of a different shape.