The sacque you made the baby is the prettiest thing I have ever seen, and is perfectly adorable on her!
But he was forced to do something, so at last he gave her back the sacque.
The child went to lay aside her hat and sacque; the girl, after a glance at Mrs. Bowen's face, lingered inquiringly.
You have on a hat and sacque, and your school books are in your hand.
Yes; I put on a velvet waist, and besides, this sacque is well wadded.
Take off your sacque and wrap it around your head and shoulders.'
In case you should lay them aside, a sacque of the same material as the dress would be very pretty to conceal the figure.
She was clad in a rusty black skirt, a loose morning sacque of blue cotton, and she wore loose bedroom-slippers.
And I'll order a few things here—a hat, for instance, a sacque, and a few dresses and gloves.
He flung off his sacque, and cast it down with the heavy whip he carried in one hand.