gingham also, no chaplain being present, officiated at the grave.
The jackets were made of the Irish gingham I brought from home.
"Well, really," said gingham, it's extraordinary; it's very curious.
Evaline's basket was her gingham apron held up by the corners.
And always when the sun goes down, I think of the girl in the gingham gown.
The hands with which she tied a white apron over her gingham one were shaking.
Capsicum's was a nosegay; gingham's beat nectar; but Cupid's put them both out of court, by consent of the company.
He led her in, glancing at her gingham dress, a little puzzled.
Up and down her gingham apron she was furtively rubbing her knees.
The gingham dress in which she worked every morning was also hanging on its hook.
1610s, from Dutch gingang, traders' rendering of a Malay word said to be ginggang "striped," used as a noun with the sense of "striped cotton." Cf. French guingan, Spanish guinga, Italian gingano, German gingang.