It was as fine as spun silk, gleaming, vital and full of electricity—a live thing of itself, so it seemed to me.
Her eyes were good, though a bit too shrewd, and her light brown hair was fluffy as spun silk.
There is another class of threads made from waste silk by spinning and known as spun silk.
Its sails were of spun silk, and each plank and mast was fashioned of ebony.
I was wearing under my flannel shirt an under-vest made of wool and spun silk.
The leaf had been folded together, lined with spun silk, and lashed so strongly that the twig would break before the silken cable.
Her tresses float lightly behind her; her tresses, like spun silk, hang as a veil about her shoulders.
And how did you get such most wonderful hair, like spun silk, every bit of it?
One was a great lock of nut-brown hair, full three feet long, as soft and fine as spun silk.
It is fed principally on the Hera, or Palma christi leaves, and gives sometimes 12 broods of spun silk in the course of a year.