Lots of the little girls had artificial flowers
on their hats.
Edna drew her down upon the sofa, and taking a pin from her own hair, secured the shabby artificial flowers
in their accustomed place.
She took off her handkerchief turban and dressed her glossy wealth of hair "like white folks"; she added some odds and ends of rather lurid ribbon and a spray of atrocious artificial flowers
; finally she threw over her shoulders a fluffy thing called a "cloud" in that day, which was of a blazing red complexion.
And this would help him to understand why constructing artificial flowers
or performing on a tread-mill is work, while rolling ten-pins or climbing Mont Blanc is only amusement.
They now entered the first saloon, which was of rose-colored satin, with artificial flowers
on the wall.
He brought little gifts to the young lady, artificial flowers
, bonbons on New- Year's day and pretty boxes for her birthday.
Thus, she had artificial flowers
on the edge of the bureau, and the picture of the Comte d'Artois in the recess of the window.
They could not but hold her cheap on finding that she had but two sashes, and had never learned French; and when they perceived her to be little struck with the duet they were so good as to play, they could do no more than make her a generous present of some of their least valued toys, and leave her to herself, while they adjourned to whatever might be the favourite holiday sport of the moment, making artificial flowers
or wasting gold paper.
The light cart in which the Brigand usually made his perambulations being gaily dressed with flags and streamers, and the Brigand placed therein, contemplating the miniature of his beloved as usual, Nell was accommodated with a seat beside him, decorated with artificial flowers
, and in this state and ceremony rode slowly through the town every morning, dispersing handbills from a basket, to the sound of drum and trumpet.
But perennial youth is in her artificial flowers
, and her list of lovers is full.
Red and white curtained windows, little straw mat, little round table with a tumultuous assemblage of legs underneath, clumsy rush-bottomed chairs, two great red velvet arm-chairs affording plenty of space to be uncomfortable in, bureau, chimney- glass in several pieces pretending to be in one piece, pair of gaudy vases of very artificial flowers
; between them a Greek warrior with his helmet off, sacrificing a clock to the Genius of France.
I've never been put up in it since--never once--while the "infant phenomenon" has been grinning through artificial flowers
at five people and a baby in the pit, and two boys in the gallery, every night.'