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How to use lorgnon in a sentence
Beau Brummel can be about left center, examining him through a lorgnon, or better, indicating him to a belle in a powdered wig.The Woman Gives|Owen Johnson
When the child once saw her uncle with a lorgnon around his neck she said, Cest le bon Dieu de mon oncle.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross
"It looks as if some one had fallen in a fit," said Mrs. Stuart, looking through her lorgnon.By Right of Conquest|Arthur Hornblow
Mrs. Ames clasped her stiff hands together and dropped the lorgnon on the floor.
"I thought you looked pale," said Mrs. Ames, viewing him through the inevitable lorgnon.