“Her blouses are always open at the throat, disclosing one of her choicest assets, the muscular, adequate neck, with its fine-textured garmenture of skin.”
“And, for Jerry, most delightful of all, there was the gurgle and plash of a brooklet that pursued its invisible way over mossy stones under a garmenture of tender and delicate ferns.”
“That's what she did, repeated it word for word, and I forgot the tang, for it was solemn, a declaration of religion – pagan, if you will; and clothed in the living garmenture of herself.”
“And in the garmenture of female slaves, even in spite of its customary scandalous brevity, nether shielding is almost never provided.”
“That the female is a slave is far more important than her garmenture, pleasant as that may be, dressing her in one manner or another for your pleasure, for example.”
“This was to be followed by legislation encouraging, and then apparently to later require, more modest garmenture for slaves.”
“The garmenture of the state slave, that of a girl owned by the city itself, some time ago, had been brief, sleeveless and gray, slashed to the waist.”
“In a moment then, our armbands removed, and certain adjustments effected in our garmenture, we thrust through the crowd.”
“Currently, however, the garmenture of the state slaves, as one might have expected, given the defeat of Ar and the hegemony of Cos, had been considerably altered.”
“In a moment then, our armbands removed, and certain adjustments effected in our garmenture, we thrust through the crowd. âUnhand him! â I cried.”
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