Saum englanniksi   hem de, saum en, skirt de, seam de

Esimerkkilauseet

*: his morning hems

*: Hem, and stroke thy beard.

*: hem of the sea

*: "I like purple best," said Maida. "And old Schlegel has promised to make it for $8. Its going to be lovely. Im going to have a plaited skirt and a blouse coat trimmed with a band of galloon under a white cloth collar with two rows of—"

*: The petticoats and skirts ordinarily worn are decidedly the heaviest part of the dress ; hence it is necessary that some reform should be effected in these.

*: A narrow lace, or a small skirt of ruffled linen, which runs along the upper part of the stays before, and crosses the breast, being a part of the tucker, is called the modesty piece.

*: "Mate," said the Cockney, after wed finished about half the bottle, "it comes to me that were a couple o blightin idjits to be workin for a skirt."

*: "What dya mean?" I asked, taking a pull at the bottle.

*: "Well, eres us, two red-blooded e-men, takin orders from a lousy little frail, andin the swag hover to er, and takin wot she warnts to and us, wen we could ave the ole lot. Take this job ere now--"

*: Here in the skirts of the forest.

: rfquotek|Dunglison

: The plain was skirted by rows of trees.

*: An enormous man and woman (it was early-closing day) were stretched motionless, with their heads on pocket-handkerchiefs, side by side, within a few feet of the sea, while two or three gulls gracefully skirted the incoming waves, and settled near their boots.

*: skirted his loins and thighs with downy gold

*: Mind you, clothes were clothes in those days. […]  Frills, ruffles, flounces, lace, complicated seams and gores: not only did they sweep the ground and have to be held up in one hand elegantly as you walked along, but they had little capes or coats or feather boas.

*: As white glass was 6s. the seam, containing 24 weys (pise, or pondera) of 5 lb., and 2½ lb. was reckoned sufficient to make one foot of glazing, the cost of glass would be 1½d. leaving 2½d. for labour.

: Seams can be made or sealed in a variety of ways, including adhesive bonding, hot-air welding, solvent welding, using adhesive tapes, sealant, etc.

*: Precepts should be so finely wrought together...that no coarse seam may discover where they join.

*: Seamed oer with wounds which his own sabre gave.

*: Later their lips began to parch and seam.

: rfquotek|Shakespeare

: rfquotek|Dryden

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