We set to our task with a deliberate gentleness, dabbing with cloths, cotton, swabs.
The women had on long dresses made of orange, black, and green African Kente cloths with matching headdresses.
He had, by craft, obtained admission to the freedom of Oswestry, by which means he could the better purchase the Welsh cloths.
He has all the candles and cloths and gives water to every one.
Over it they had spread cloths, and on the cloths were plates piled high with good things.
Keep in a warm room and do not allow the cloths to become dry.
In China, it is fashionable for rich ladies to have small feet, and they tie them up in cloths so that they cannot grow.
These cloths have been dyed, and sized with a stiffening preparation.
Where oil is the absorbent, the wired frames are used in connection with cloths.
Lennan lifted the cloths from the half-modelled figure of his bull-man.
Old English claþ "a cloth, sail, cloth covering, woven or felted material to wrap around one," hence, also, "garment," from Proto-Germanic *kalithaz (cf. Old Frisian klath "cloth," Middle Dutch cleet, Dutch kleed "garment, dress," Middle High German kleit, German Kleid "garment"), of obscure origin. As an adjective from 1590s. The cloth "the clerical profession" is from 17c. in reference to characteristic dress.