- milling machine,
- million electron volts
Origin of millinery
Examples from the Web for millinery
Atop her head sat an upturned, dented little metal bucket—recycling turned into millinery.Paris Fashion Week: Redefining Femininity at Comme des Garçons and Rick Owens|Robin Givhan|September 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Thirty trunks—constructed to house everything from crinolines and corsets, to dresses and millinery—are piled high.
The bright wood along which it speeds is like the season's millinery.Memoirs of My Dead Life|George Moore
The millinery of Paris is in the ascendant, and there is no longer any need for searching female smugglers at the custom-house.
The girl who leaves school at fourteen may find a place as messenger girl in a millinery shop or a millinery department.The Canadian Girl at Work|Marjory MacMurchy
I visited Cox's millinery store, Mrs. Desberger's house, and the offices of the various city railways.That Affair Next Door|Anna Katharine Green
Millinery requires the handling of small pieces of the most varied sorts of material, most of it perishable.Wage Earning and Education|R. R. Lutz