But I can tell these walking blocks that we will live in spite of them, and in great houses too, though we die of hunger and cover our flesh, be it delicate or not, with widow's weeds
, as one covers or hides a dunghill on a procession day.
Graham, and she is in mourning - not widow's weeds
, but slightish mourning - and she is quite young, they say, - not above five or six and twenty, - but so reserved
In front of the inn, she met a woman wearing widow's weeds
, and upon questioning her, learned that she was looking for a cook.
some artists had, it seems, put a trick upon a shopkeeper, and being pursued, some of them fled one way, and some another; and one of them was, they said, dressed up in widow's weeds
, upon which the mob gathered about me, and some said I was the person, others said no.
Like obsolete typewriter ribbons, rusty widow's weeds
He would have them let go of their mourning and misery as one would shed widow's weeds
after a period of grief and loss.
Then we had our foregn secretary say that saris and shawls were okay in diplomacy - as though the shrouds of those soldiers and the widow's weeds
somehow had no bearing before the white sari for the PM's mother.
Shrouded in widow's weeds
, the dynamic thesp collapses in an attitude of abject despair that she holds for a very long stage minute in this production from Manhattan Theater Club.
The overtranslation that results in the English title Wild Grass, in which the individual characters of a binome are translated separately, and the additional image of widow's weeds
that the translation Weeds produces are therefore not to be discounted out of hand, or at least on the grounds that they are not part of the original text.
And Gail has been there, done that, got the widow's weeds
As the mourners began to file past, he suddenly recognised his own wife dressed in widow's weeds
, supported in grief by his eldest son, just behind the coffin.
She exhibits her persona by her eponym "Widow" and by always wearing widow's weeds
, the same black dress.