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“Those directly in front of the hotels have the full-dressed bathers--women in saris; men in long shorts and shirts.”
“The princess kneeled down by the bed on which the duchess was lying, full-dressed and wide awake, and whispered the secret to her.”
“Elfride was lying full-dressed on the bed, her face hot and red, her arms thrown abroad.”
“Mr.B. said, “Why are you not full-dressed, my dear?””
“Her visits there must be of that full-dressed nature to which Lily had alluded.”
“All the full-dressed diplomatists he left behind were unimportant.”
“I remembered now I had heard it said among the teachers — though without at the time particularly noticing the gossip — that often, when we thought Madame in her chamber, sleeping, she was gone, full-dressed, to take her pleasure at operas, or plays, or balls.”
“It evokes the life and times a lot more than being a full-dressed autobiography.”
“What do you say to this one, Miss?' said our proprietor, taking up a great full-dressed Dutch doll, and laying her on the top of those of my size and class, completely hiding the poor little victims under her stiff muslin and broad ribbons.”
“This gentleman now appeared altogether as full-dressed as he had before been in full dishabille.”
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