Word usage examples
Quickly, afraid to think too much, she wrapped the beastie in the plaid, then leaned out the window, carefully held it away from the house, and let it drop.
One man in green and yellow plaid trousers, mismatched with a red and blue striped windbreaker, set them all off again.
To all animals, even pollywogs, the family has a distinctive aroma, as distinctive as a clan plaid.
When she lay beneath him, her hair fanned across the plaid like a skein of black embroidery silk, he kissed her, parting her lips with his tongue to stroke her own, then nipping at her pouty lower lip.
Saul calls up rustic Sears catalogue scenes of fathers and sons in plaid flannel, lighting kerosene lanterns in front of pup tents and smiling at each other in mutual appreciation of their primogenital heritage.
Persia nets, anterines, silks for scarves and hoods, shalloons, druggets, and some Scotch plaids.
Doc Sherve, dressed in a plaid shirt and jeans that, together with his beard and the small knit cap covering the top of his head in a way that reminded Ian more of a yarmulke than anything else, somehow made him look more like an ancient lumberjack than a physician.
The third man had a slightly squarer head, shorter hair, a plaid Pendelton jacket, rags wrapped round his hands and feet.
A lone piper stands on Struie Hill, in a plaid skirt and red jacket, her hair tied in a bow.
In the official paperwork, Tallent was listed as a prominent mixed-blood freeholder, though every drop of blood in him, to my knowledge, was Scot, and he even knew what plaid his clan had worn into battle.