Keyboard: Off Language: English
1. the fabric in the curtains was light and semitransparent
2. woven cloth originated in Mesopotamia around 5000 BC
3. she measured off enough material for a dress
1. "piece of dark cloth draped over the"
Dean Koontz, Watchers
2. "The day was a long bolt of gray cloth; endless."
Peter Straub, Ghost Story
3. "The dust that fell unnoted as a dew, Wrapped the dead city's face like mummy-cloth"
Wilfred Owen, The War Poems
4. "The dream of poor Bazin had always been to serve a man of the cloth."
Alexandre Dumas, The Three Musketeers
5. "patterns of cloth busier than the makeup girl at a Kiss concert"
Jim Butcher, Summer Knight
6. "the sensuous heat of early afternoon made blinding freckles on the checkered luncheon cloth."
F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night
7. "she had a cloth in her hands. She said, Frankie hungry?"
Jane Smiley, Some Luck: A novel
8. "Eddies of dry wind whipped tatters of cloth and reed paper about in dancing circles."
Steven Erikson, Gardens of the Moon
9. "Memories Hello, duck, in yellow cloth stuffed from inside out, little pillow."
Robert Creeley, Just in Time
10. "Her nightmare clung to her like the smell of smoke to cloth."
Shannon Hale, The Goose Girl