- n. Plural form of sheath.
“But Parent keeps the darkness from becoming oppressive with a fast-paced plot and well-observed details of the age when a Saturday-night party meant women in sheaths and pearls, men in black horn rims, and “Peter, Paul and Mary on the hi-fi.””
“She did not have the expert's eye for the depth of chest, the wide nostrils, the recuperative lungs, and the muscles under their satin sheaths -- crypts of energy wherein lurked the chemistry of destruction.”
“The Guard wore the bearskins undecorated for battle, but each man had a waxed canvas sheath, eighteen inches long, strapped to his sabre-briquet, and in the sheaths were the plumes which they would fix to the bearskins for their victory parade in Brussels.”
“Generations will be a subline that includes Deluxe-sized figures only, including a limited number of I like how he has sword sheaths on his hips.”
“The edible part of the leek plant is a bundle of leaf sheaths which is sometimes called a stem or stalk.”
“The doctrines and teachings regarding several "sheaths" or”
“Multiple Sclerosis is a disease in which the fatty myelin 'sheaths' around nerve cells are progressively damaged leading to a variety of symptoms including pain and physical and mental disability.”
“sheaths" of lightning spotted in the 2008 eruption of mount Chaitén in Chile, because the cyclonic motion throws charged particles to the plume margins.”
“If showing the decolletage she sheaths her legs in a long dress - in other words, Lively knows when too much is too much.”
“They were coated with ice; the thick German socks were like sheaths of iron half-way to the knees; and the mocassin strings were like rods of steel all twisted and knotted as by some conflagration.”
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