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  • I stood in my red and gold night-robe, stretched out my arms and turned, like one of the trance-dancers I saw in the streets from my litter.

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  • He spoke not a word while his chamberlain exchanged his rich court-mantle for a furred night-robe, and when this officer signified that Master Varney desired to speak with his lordship, he replied only by

    Kenilworth

  • A quick inspection of the drawers and cabinets as he put away the clothes revealed that Idalia had stowed away the rest of his gear, and someone had made him a gift of a few more sets of Elven guest-clothes, including a dark blue night-robe of some weaving that was as soft as fur.

    The Outstretched Shadow

  • I bought a funky purple night-robe with tweety-bird on it looking totally up himself whore-bag, which is a look that suits him I think.

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  • Like Keffria, she was in her night-robe and wrapper.

    The Mad Ship

  • She was in her night-robe and carrying a cup and saucer.

    Ship Of Magic

  • With a great deal of trepidation, he had laid out the captain's own night-robe for her, and then hesitantly offered her several bolts of rich cloth from their latest trove.

    Ship Of Magic

  • So she soothed the boy and helped him into his night-robe and stayed by him until his eyes sagged shut.

    Ship Of Magic

  • She wore a night-robe and her heavy hair was braided and coiled as for sleep, but she carried a tray with a steaming pot and heavy mugs on it.

    Ship Of Magic

  • After the mate had left, she eased him out of his night-robe.

    Ship Of Magic

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