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  • adj. Not slippered.


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  • The lady stands in the centre of the stage, and rests her unslippered foot on a small box, while the knight of the lapstone and hammer is engaged in taking the measure of her foot.

    Home Pastimes; or Tableaux Vivants

  • He was still seated on the edge of his bed, his unslippered feet resting on the thick woollen carpet.

    Police at the Funeral

  • Flora wheeled and flared, but caught herself, musingly crossed the room, returned half-way, and with frank design resumed the stool warily vacated by the unslippered foot; whose owner was mincing on, just enough fluttered to play defiance while shifting her attack --

    Kincaid's Battery

  • Beside the parlor lamp, where, with one tiny foot covertly unslippered for the easement of angry corns, Madame sat embroidering, Kincaid broke the seal and read.

    Kincaid's Battery

  • Mary, in a transient spasm of backing, had fallen to the rear; the young man could no longer see the girl, but ever before his eyes was the piteous, unslippered little foot with its arched instep.

    The Queen of Sheba & My Cousin the Colonel


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