The number of mufflers Frank Duryea constructed is not known.
Extra coats and mufflers had been brought by the rescue party.
The few excited sentences were muttered through the mufflers tied over the girls mouths and noses.
There was a scurrying for boots and coats, mufflers and mittens.
Old men like himself, with greyhound's-head canes, and mufflers and somebody's sweater worn beneath their greatcoats.
"And we sent him a lot of mufflers and mittens," cried Miss Yard.
Their wives or mothers or daughters followed with the remainder of their clothes, their sea boots, or jackets or mufflers.
Get the mufflers on, Joe; get 'em on an' don't stand staring like a fool!
The bills had come in for her bracelets and mufflers and tinkling ornaments.
Clubs, dumbbells, walking, and a half-hour with the mufflers.
(Isa. 3:19), veils, light and tremulous. Margin, "spangled ornaments."