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  • n. Plural form of foulard.


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  • Milan fashion "Carla Crosta: Scarves from 1966 to 1999" presents silk foulards designed by the Milanese artist.

    What's on Around Europe

  • His wardrobe tended toward navy blazers with foulards and matching silk pocket kerchiefs.

    Gold of Kings

  • Rassure-toi, Petite, toutes les françaises ne portent pas de foulards Hermès et ne sont pas spécialistes des chignons savamment élaborés…

    what not to eat

  • The pretty women, by this time in the short, gay foulards and in the dressy hats in which they will appear later at the Casino ball, are tripping up and down in the gas-lighted grounds.

    Manners and Social Usages

  • House, and have been vainly endeavouring to get into some of our hostess's smart gowns; but, alas! they are all too short, so we shall have to be content with our own black foulards.

    A Lady's Life on a Farm in Manitoba

  • From one end of the town to the other clotheslines, dining-room chairs, porch rockers and upstairs bedrooms are overflowing with silk foulards, frilled dimities, beribboned and belaced organdies, not to mention the billows of dotted swiss and muslin.

    Green Valley

  • His mother, in one of the most fashionable versions of the season's foulards, sleekly corseted and coifed, was sitting less than

    Turn About Eleanor

  • She hated foulards with their ugly sprawling patterns.


  • Then the thirty-four ladies of the Tuesday Club clutched at their gloves and handbags and came to their feet with soft rustlings of new foulards and taffetas and rich old silks, and the President declared the meeting adjourned but trusted that every one would remain for a cup of tea and a social hour.

    Jane Journeys On

  • Them foulards are wonderful durable -- you can't muss 'em.

    Friendship Village


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