The guimpe of the dress was of a creamy embroidery that dissolved bafflingly into the whiteness of her neck.
The gathers at the waist are confined by narrow rows of guimpe.
The skirt is long and full, bias on each side, the front breadth turned back; trimmed with guimpe.
It was a princess, and for evening wear the guimpe had only to be removed.
Her guimpe was never sufficiently opaque, and never ascended sufficiently high.
Hemstitchers earn $10 to $14 and a guimpe maker in one shop earned $12.
She caught up the money and the note, thrust them into her guimpe, locked the case, and ran to the road.
People supped well, and had at table a beautiful neighbor without a guimpe so that her throat was only moderately concealed.
The under bodice, which we should call a guimpe, is of white muslin with gold fillets.
A guimpe of black net perhaps—tucked, would you say, Joan dear!