In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- They were in various states of undress, flitting around in chemises and stockings.
- Her chemise was much lower cut than her usual as she reached for a blood red dress with the dangerously scooped neckline.
- She wore a full-skirted blue silk dress with balloon sleeves over a spring green loose fitting chemise.
- She also loves wearing a chemise out in public, especially when we go out to dinner.
- The bloomers and a chemise would have gone under layers and layers of corsetry and petticoats, which could weigh up to 7lb.
- Underneath the translucent material was a white chemise and tights of a gleaming pastel gold.
- She put on her chemise and her under panties then clipped on her stockings.
- Eleanor hurried up the stairs to her room and quickly stripped herself of the heavy dress, chemise and corset.
- In medieval times, Cyprus was known for its silk bridal chemises and undergarments.
- The lady's undergarment, a fine white chemise, is gathered in soft folds with a black bow.
- Kristine stood in the door way in a mesh black chemise.
- An undershirt or chemise, with or without sleeves, open at the front and worn under the frock coat, was worn buttoned to the waist.
- It also has a new chapter on the history of drawers and knickers and one covering the chemise and petticoats.
- There Angel stood, in her robe and chemise as her father approached.
- Ignoring the irony of my thought, I stripped down to my chemise and sat in bed for hours, trying to think of what was to become of all this.
- Ivy wandered aimlessly in her chemise and petticoats, too distraught to return to her quarters and dress.
- I slipped out of my dress and pulled the chemise over my head.
- Her throat was bare and a slight ruffle of white fabric edged the neckline where the edge of her chemise peeked out.
- Carey instantly awakes and sits up straight, pulling the sheets up to cover her chemise.
- As far as lingerie goes - a beautiful chemise would be the least intimidating gift, I think.
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- She was dressed in a simple chemise of cotton and flannel.
- Kendra had on a silk chemise, a shawl and one of her best hats.
- Skirts twisted around legs as ladies spun, men's doublet sleeves traded with the sleeves of shifts and chemises as couples turned around quickly to the music.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
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