When they reach a point where the entire robe is of yellow, they discard it for a white robe with a red slash; and when one wins a complete red robe, he carries such a long, curved knife as you have in your hand; after that comes the blue slash on a white robe, and then, I suppose, an all blue robe.
Bradley could guess all this by the increased volume of sound and the dismal greetings; but the sudden silence that almost immediately ensued he could not fathom, for he could not know that from beneath one of the hides that covered him protruded one of his heavy army shoes, or that some eighteen large Wieroos with robes either solid red or slashed with red or blue were standing gazing at it.
They entered the house and passed through a hall to a large circular room, where the woman pulled the robe
off from Ojo and looked at him with kindly interest.
Yes, dear Bud, we will gladly toil among the roots, that the fair flowers may wear their gayest robes to welcome you.
Say they are pardoned, and you have gained the love of hearts pure as the snow-white robes now folded over them.
In the morning they awoke to find ten inches of snow on their robes
spin Some robe
which, dyed in purple, sorrow might wear For her own comforting: or some long-fringed cloth In which a new-born and unwelcome babe Might wail unheeded; or a dainty sheet Which, delicately perfumed with sweet herbs, Might serve to wrap a dead man.
You were seated upon cushions in the Spanish fashion; you wore a robe
of green satin embroidered with gold and silver, hanging sleeves knotted upon your beautiful arms--those lovely arms--with large diamonds.
They were well clad, and all had buffalo robes, which they procured from some of the hunting tribes in exchange for salmon.
The women were badly clad; the children worse; their garments were buffalo robes, or the skins of foxes, hares, and badgers, and sometimes the skins of ducks, sewed together, with the plumage on.
Her gauzy flowing robes
might not be very warm, yet the weather wasn't at all chilly, but rather mild and balmy, like a spring day.
The ladies' dress is yet more magnificent and expensive; their robes
are as large as those of the religious, of the order of St.