Origin of crinoline
Examples from the Web for crinoline
This practice of singing before death has, like the crinoline, quite gone out of fashion.Jungle Folk|Douglas Dewar
Of Shakespeare it may be said he was the first to see the dramatic value of doublets, and that a climax may depend on a crinoline.Intentions|Oscar Wilde
One thing about her dress most in contrast with that of the other servants was that she evidently wore no crinoline.Household Papers and Stories|Harriet Beecher Stowe
The gun is usually carried slung until required for use, in order that the hands may be free to manage the crinoline.
I am not opposed to crinoline, to trails, to diamonds, nor to rubies.