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- n. Plural form of seersucker.
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That unhappy speculator in seersuckers and castor-oil died in prison, and a _gooroo_ (that is, a spiritual teacher) feed by the Baboo, desolated his last hour with the assurance that he should transmigrate into the bodies of seven generations of _gharree_-horses, and drag _feringhee_ sailormen, in a state of beer, from the ghauts to the punch-houses, all his miserable lives.
Uncle Rajinda as a basis for certain operations in seersuckers and castor-oil, that had yielded no returns.
To complete the game, we must wait for Lottie to bring the "Rosette" safely home with salt-petre and indigo and hides and ginger and seersuckers and gunny-cloth.
I'm not one to stash the white wines, or even the rosés, back in the closet after Labor Day, as if they were white shoes or seersuckers.
Maybe the seersuckers if I feel like blinding classmates with frat stardom.
"and the soul of Uncle Rajinda, the pride of the Mullicks, had no reason to be disquieted for the rupees, though the seersuckers had been but vanity, and the castor-oil vexation of spirit."