I'll be sure and wear the nice flannels
you sent, Marmee, and read carefully the books Father has marked.
Wal, now, yer flannels
for rhumatis is in this corner; so be careful, 'cause there won't nobody make ye no more.
After a few seconds, he rushed up on deck in his flannels
He held out his hand to the gangway by which Montgomery stood talking to a massive grey-haired man in dirty-blue flannels
, who had apparently just come aboard.
As for Porthos, he had supped very agreeably off a roast leg of mutton, two pheasants, and a perfect heap of cray-fish; he then directed his body to be anointed with perfumed oils, in the manner of the wrestlers of old; and when this anointment was completed, he had himself wrapped in flannels
and placed in a warm bed.
The big fellow in flannels
is Lord Lundie; the light-built one with the yellow beard painted his picture at the last Academy: He's a swell R.
Kim looked up hurriedly and saw Colonel Creighton in tennis- flannels
She moved feebly to the window, and tried to detect the cad's white flannels
among the laurels.
It shows him in flannels
, after some great feat upon the tented field.
I had jumped as a matter of course into the flannels
which one naturally wears in the tropics.
The son -- his name was Robert -- was a boy of sixteen at Rugby; and you saw him in flannels
and a cricket cap, and again in a tail-coat and a stand-up collar.
A woman carrying a baby in her arms, two small boys with toy spades, and a stout gentleman in flannels
all got to the trailing rope at about the same time, and began to dance over it in their attempts to secure it.