Their cradle is their coffin and their birth robe their winding sheet.
The tall and thin one spread the winding sheet over the bran.
This fascinating little town is therefore the Herculaneum of feudality, less its winding sheet of lava.
The gloom of the forest fell on her, mournful like a winding sheet.
They dropped like sheep in the heat of the day, and by sundown they lay beneath a winding sheet of desert sand.
The lower hills were wrapped as in a winding sheet; dank and cold.
The old wedding gown was brought down from the attic and taken out of its winding sheet.
I have been trying to get him an American flag for a winding sheet.
He is a fearful-looking deity, cadaverous as a skeleton, and wrapped in a winding sheet.
A fine, white mist was drawn over the sea like a winding sheet.