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"Your gown of ` hodden-gray 'is wonderfully becoming, Beck," Lennox said again and again with a secret exulting pride in her.
Summer was evidently tired of its own lusty life, and had a mind to put on a cowl of hodden-gray, and call itself
Behind the sheep walked an old laborer in hodden-gray, woolen bonnet, and shepherd's two-fold plaid, with a lamb in the pouch of it.
"Your gown of 'hodden-gray' is wonderfully becoming, Beck," Lennox said again and again with a secret exulting pride in her.
And the poet, too, of poor men, of hodden-gray, and the Guernsey-coat, and the blouse.
His clothes, coarse and homely, were made from home-grown wool, shorn off his own sheeps 'backs, carded and spun at his own fireside, woven by the village weaver, and, when not of natural hodden-gray, dyed a half-blue in the village vat.