She would have time this afternoon after the dishes were done, to sit right down with that sprigged calico dress for little Addie.
And one is sprigged with lavender, and that's the one for me.
They find great fault with pencilled knots and sprigged letters.
Forget its stripes, and imagine it to be sprigged silk of a day long gone by.
Comes Mistress Penelope in sprigged gown of lavender, and smelling fresh of the herb itself or of some faint freshness.
The veil of Brussels net wrought in sprigged designs is a failure.
So a chair was placed in front of the green cupboard, and with precision in every movement the "sprigged" dishes were gotten down.
Well, Eliza, if you wouldn't mind, I should like you to put on your sprigged muslin.
Meantime, our grandmother's sprigged china remains a joy and a delight, whether or no we dare to call it genuine Lowestoft.
A fine moisture shone on her bare neck and arms above her frock of sprigged chintz calico.
c.1400, "shoot, twig or spray of a plant, shrub," probably from Old English spræc "shoot, twig," of obscure origin.