from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A coverlet quilted with cotton. Yule and Burnell. Also resai, rezy.


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  • However, her enjoyment was but short for by the time her article was rolled up for the post, stamped and directed, her physical powers gave way; such blank exhaustion ensuing that all she could do was to drag herself across the room, throw herself, half dressed, on the bed, draw the rezai over her, and yield to the heavy, overpowering slumber of great weariness.

    We Two, a novel

  • But, whether because of the flickering fire light, or because of the strangeness of the great brass bedstead, with its silken hangings and many-colored Indian rezai, Erica slept very little that night.

    We Two, a novel


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