The panier in which the pigeons drowsed was probably taken for a collection of costumes and properties.
One of the roses had remained fixed in the stiff fold of her panier.
He said, with a critical eye that her panier was just the thing.
Ask her to let you see that red velvet dress that she got made on purpose, and the panier.
Monsieur—somehow, I say—it found its way into the panier with the head of Bibi-Ri.
The answer is that the original comparison was to a "panier percé," a basket which won't hold anything.
Gorgius made no answer at first, but put his panier on the ground.
The panier with which it pleases the ladies of the period to protuberate their persons was of Chinese origin.
Mr. Matchett asked me the other day if I couldn't wear a panier, and do up my hair a little more stylish!
We're three already, you see, and I don't want people to take my carriage for a panier salade.