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Literary usage of Toilinet
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction by Reuben Percy, John Timbs (1829)
"With toilinet, the draper, May waltz — for none are willinger To cut cloth or a caper. — Miss Moses of the Minories, With Mr. Wicks of Wapping, ..."
2. An Illustrated Dictionary of Words Used in Art and Archaeology: Explaining by John William Mollett (1883)
"toilinet. A textile of silk or cotton warp, with woollen weft. Toise. In French lineal measurement = 76 inches. Toison d'Or, Her. The Golden Fleece. ..."
3. Dictionary of Textiles by Louis Harmuth (1915)
"Toilet Quilt—Lightweight, bleached Marseilles quilts (see). Toilettes—French term for unbleached lawns and batiste. toilinet or ..."
4. The Good-fellow's Calendar, and Almanack of Perpetual Jocularity: Containing (1826)
"... who know what Life is, and who can appreciate its charms as much as I can the stripe of a new-fashioned toilinet, or Dr. Kitchener a Truffle by Ude. ..."
5. A Directory for the Village of Rochester (1827)
"... toilinet, Valencia and Silk Vestings, &<:. ALSO, A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF For the accommodation of Gentlemen travelling, he keeps constantly on hand, ..."