Tilney was polite enough to seem interested in what she said; and she kept him on the subject of muslins
till the dancing recommenced.
"These white muslins
and pretty silks will keep for years, so I should lay them by till they are needed.
Once more Miss Fairlie's figure, bright and soft in its snowy muslin dress--her face prettily framed by the white folds of the handkerchief which she had tied under her chin--passed by us in the moonlight.
My eyes fixed upon the white gleam of her muslin gown and head-dress in the moonlight, and a sensation, for which I can find no name--a sensation that quickened my pulse, and raised a fluttering at my heart--began to steal over me.
All my attention was concentrated on the white gleam of Miss Fairlie's muslin dress.
Beaufort met them in a girlish cloud of mauve muslin and floating veils.
Reggie Chivers, the Merry girls, and divers rosy Thorleys, Dagonets and Mingotts, stood behind her in a lovely anxious group, brown heads and golden bent above the scores, and pale muslins and flower-wreathed hats mingled in a tender rainbow.
She was dressed, like Rachel, in sober gray, with the muslin
folded neatly across her round, plump little chest.
"I'm so glad I know," she said, "and so glad I could see her just as she was when she tied that white muslin
hat under her chin and saw her yellow curls and her sky-blue eyes in the glass.
Harriet, tempted by every thing and swayed by half a word, was always very long at a purchase; and while she was still hanging over muslins
and changing her mind, Emma went to the door for amusement.Much could not be hoped from the traffic of even the busiest part of Highbury; Mr.
Women wearing a sari made of fine quality fabric (such as muslin
) with elaborate designs and intricate motifs represent high status while rough cotton saris indicate the lower economic station of the woman.
1) Line a large sieve with two layers of muslin
and place over a large bowl.