Word usage examples
He disappeared into the bedroom and returned with a folded square of ikat fabric richly woven in scarlet and brown.
Drowsily she rolled up in the ikat and rested her head on a pillow, hoping her fatigue would allow her to sleep despite her excitement.
Then she wrapped the ikat coverlet around her and settled down behind the screen, the books resting by her pillow as symbols of the life that was almost within her grasp again.
On the wall above his desk he had thumbtacked a square piece of ikat fabric, and next to it, one of the most recent survey maps.
Not stirring when she rubbed its fur clean with the ikat, and tried to pull out some of the hunks of sugar crystal from its fur.
She had the cloth of ikat in her hand, and she touched his face with it and wiped some of the rain out of his face.
Before her stood Giselle Somerville, as finely dressed as she had ever been in a round gown of dark gold Indian ikat muslin.
Kabin that she dwelt: yet a man from Ikat will tell you that Lespa was a Yeldashay girl.
Meris had at first supposed that they must be on the Ikat road and going south, for she had been told that the pedlar would be taking her to Chalcon.
Kabin to Ikat, nodded as he listened to U-Sarget, from time to time looking round at his drummers to make sure that they too had understood the patron.