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Definition of Muslined
1. clothed with muslin [adj]
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Literary usage of Muslined
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The pretty lady by Arnold Bennett (1918)
"The tiny bedroom was muslined in every conceivable manner. ... A muslined maid was bending over some drapery-shop boxes on the floor and removing garments ..."
2. Doubloons by Eden Phillpotts, Arnold Bennett (1906)
"They accepted the shelter of the teashop, which was nearly empty, being peopled only by elaborately-muslined young women in reposeful attitudes. ..."
3. English Hunger and Industrial Disorders: A Study of Social Conflict During by Walter James Shelton (1922)
"muslined from heel to head ; I have watched her walking, riding, In woodlands I have known her, When boughs were mourning loud, In the rain-reek she has ..."
4. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H Warner (1902)
"... and they had a sense of cool dark parlors, and the airy rustling of light-muslined ladies, of chat and of fans and ice-water, and then they came ..."
5. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1855)
"Silly was the sing-song affectation : full- grown men and women, muslined and silk-stocking'd, drawled out with pathetic voices, " Come, bay my white sand," ..."
6. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1870)
"... the white-muslined, kid-gloved town maidens ; not in those of the dwellers on upland pastures, or by the margin of sweet waters where the daintiest airs ..."
7. Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin: Comprising the Celebrated Political & Satirical by George Canning, John Hookham Frere, George Ellis, William Gifford (1852)
"Mounts the thick dust, the coaches crowd along, Presses round Grosvenor Gate th' impatient throng; White-muslined misses and mammas are seen, 31 Linked with ..."
8. Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin: Comprising the Celebrated Political and by George Canning, John Hookham Frere, George Ellis, William Gifford (1890)
"... the coaches crowd along, Presses round Grosvenor Gate th' impatient throng; 30 White-muslined misses and mammas are seen, Linked with gay cockneys, ..."