All I want is the mantilla, and if it don't come she'll be in the Tombs and you'll go with her.
Carmen still in the arm chair, covered with her mantilla, did not speak.
And thrusting her hand under her mantilla, she drew forth a small dagger, and continued:—Regard thou the temper of this steel!
Herr Erasmus has given me a small Spanish mantilla and three men's portraits.
And throwing back her mantilla she disclosed a face still young, still fair to excess, but pale, pinched and careworn.
You have not unpacked your trunk; and here is your bonnet and mantilla ready to be resumed.
She wears an opera cloak and a mantilla over her evening dress.
Her white face, in the frame of her mantilla, looked longer, leaner than usual.
Nowhere else in Spain is the mantilla more conspicuous or more gorgeous.
She was dressed in a white morning-dress, a light cap and a mantilla.