piece of cloth love


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a separate part consisting of fabric


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  • She was holding a measuring tape and a piece of cloth that looked like the weaver had caught the Aurora borealis midripple.


  • According to Dawscon's tale, when he reached his room after his first foray into the ducts, there was a piece of cloth over his night light, and a fi 'was waiting for him.

    I Don’t Understand ?

  • A tangle of yellow hair and a red piece of cloth protruded from a pile of cementlike snow.

    127 Hours

  • Mrs. Craig says she will be ready to give Margaret to me again as soon as she has finished weaving a piece of cloth she has ready for the loom.

    Diary, August 8, 1859-May 15, 1865.

  • Rephaim removed a piece of cloth from his suit pocket and polished the smooth, shiny heartwood as Zamzu stood by silently observing him.

    The After Wife

  • Among loose, crumpled newspaper he saw a fountain pen that he recognized as John Chen's, a driving license, some keys on a key ring, a letter addressed to John Chen, 14A Sinclair Towers, and a small plastic bag with a piece of cloth half-stuffed into it.

    Noble House

  • He has a piece of cloth which he calls a napkin, with which he wipes from his lips, and from the hair on his lips, the greasy juices of the meat.

    The Somnambulists

  • For I have no army, and inside their city I have no axes thrust into the rods, nor a bodyguard of swords; and yet they stand aside for the mere symbols of my authority, a few sticks and a shapeless piece of cloth rimmed with less purple than they can see any day on some unspeakable saltatrix tonsa parading his stuff.

    The First Man in Rome


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