Lexicographical Neighbors of Chignoned
Literary usage of Chignoned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The English Illustrated Magazine (1899)
"... it is to be devoutly wished that their consummation will stop short at the extreme narrowness which prevailed when our chignoned aunts disported them. ..."
2. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1875)
"... feeble little way for the great Canadian fish, who would not even look at her bait, tossed her chignoned head, and sniffed virtuously in the air. ..."
3. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1870)
"Observe the old beaux and the young swells, real and imitation ; the chignoned and flounced ladies who brave sunlight with cheeks a. little too red and ..."
4. Rural Problems in the United States by James Ernest Boyle (1921)
"... unhealthy forms, male, female, painted, padded, dyed, chignoned, muddy complexions, bad blood, the capacity for good motherhood deceasing or deceased, ..."