We may note in particular the efforts of the women to alter their appearance by all the means which the toilette could afford.
Often even Madame Bovary; taking no heed of him, began her toilette.
She had already observed that Mrs. Williams's toilette, though stylish, was comparatively simple.
The absorption in their toilette guards them from many dangers to family sanctity.
A warrior so adorned takes more time for his toilette than the most elegant Parisian belle.
Hastening her toilette, she in turn went to her daughter's room.
As for me, I have neither nerve enough for the people, nor money enough for the toilette.'
It is permitted, Countess, to express one's appreciation of your toilette?
The women divide their time between the kitchen and the toilette.
Often even Madame Bovary, taking no heed of him, began her toilette.