Definition of Kimonoed
1. kimono [adj] - See also: kimono
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Literary usage of Kimonoed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Best Short Stories of ... and the Yearbook of the American Short Story edited by Edward Joseph Harrington O'Brien (1918)
"Ethel talked it over with her husband in that intimate, kimonoed hour that precedes bedtime. She gesticulated heatedly with her hair brush. ..."
2. Missionary Review of the World (1917)
"Daintily kimonoed maidens welcomed the members to the Japan meeting. Children from many lands, with their bright costumes, gave coloring to another meeting. ..."
3. The Surgeon's Log: Being Impressions of the Far East by James Johnston Abraham (1911)
"Passing the soldiers, and swinging round a corner, we nearly ran into a curious procession. It was some sort of " service." There were kimonoed women with ..."
4. A Manual of the Short Story Art by Glenn Clark (1922)
"Eva talked it over with her husband in that intimate, kimonoed hour that precedes bedtime. She gesticulated heatedly with her hair brush. ..."
5. Japan, Real and Imaginary by Sydney Greenbie (1920)
"But seen for the first time, when the stream of gorgeously kimonoed girls suddenly makes its appearance, it overwhelms you into surrender with sympathy and ..."
6. When We Were Strolling Players in the East by Louise Jordan Miln (1894)
"should have quite thought it but for the strange flowers in the vases and the kimonoed servants. I have everywhere found newspaper people a most delightful ..."