Georgiana slipped off her pinafore, and Stuart, who had insisted on waiting for her, hung it upon its accustomed nail.
"Give it to me," cried the Prince; and reaching after it, he hid it under his pinafore.
Then, very quietly, she took off her own pinafore, and stole across the room and listened at Gaga's door.
But it looked to me like a child's pinafore, greatly enlarged.
Tom found her there, drying and smearing her face with an earthy corner of her pinafore.
But a young man of nineteen ought not to be attached to his mother's pinafore!
Miss Summers abruptly rolled up her work at this unsympathetic remark, and took off her pinafore.
The 'pinafore' announcement was for the edification of the New Londoners.
And just look at that pinafore, that was put on you clean this morning, and now it is all over dirt!
Then why don't you substitute something in place of 'pinafore?'