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- n. Plural form of swathing.
“Kemp speaking swiftly, the grotesque swathings of Griffin still on his arm.”
“The Swine folk followed, squealing with excitement, and the two Bull-men in their swathings of white.”
“They were naked, save for swathings of scarlet cloth about the middle; and their skins were of a dull pinkish-drab colour, such as I had seen in no savages before.”
“The criminal grew big while the law, pot-bound in its traditional swathings, was unable to keep pace with him.”
“Their obedience brings us to one of the most fundamental lessons that the Great War has for us: the extreme slowness with which the realization of even the most obvious new conditions pierces through the swathings of habitual acceptance.”
“Robed in her silken amber swathings, red-copper hair streaming, woven with elfin sparklings, she was racing toward the City like some lovely witch, riding upon the back of a steed of huge cubes.”
“Sparks and flashes of white flame darted from the ring, penetrating the radiant swathings of the Dweller, striking through its pulsing nucleus, piercing its seven crowning orbs.”
“He ripped from him glittering tunic and leg swathings.”
“But before she could level it the Golden Girl had released that hidden left arm and thrown over her face a fold of the metallic swathings.”
“Underneath that there were rude swathings of flannel; five or six yards of flannel are tied comforter-fashion about his neck.”
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