Petticoated in a sentence

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How to use petticoated in a sentence. Petticoated pronunciation.

So the complimenting monsieur came, and there kissed the petticoated lads with great formality.
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All day she was emitting tobacco-smoke; it was notorious, Clotilde had not to learn it from her father; but now she saw the filthy rag that standard of female independence was-that petticoated Unfeminine, fouler than masculine!
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We readily accepted the invite, and off we set in company with the "Ettric Shepherd" and his monkey, and certainly it was a "_teeklesome sicht_" to see him mounted on the long, lank, wire-haired, shaggy wolf-dog-grew-lurcher, while he in play was scouring round and round the wild and barren moor; away and away as swift as the wind, over brae and bourn and bog they went, like a red petticoated witch on a besom, flying in the storm.
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And if I can find occupation, my lady...' 'Something worthier than that,' said Lady Camper, pencilling outlines rapidly on the margin of a book, and he saw himself lashing a pony; 'or that,' and he was plucking at a cabbage; 'or that,' and he was bowing to three petticoated posts.
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It shook the blank, lustreless windows of the Assembly Rooms over the Freemasons' Tavern, and wrought in their gusty curtains moving shadows of those amply petticoated dames and tightly hosed cavaliers who had swung in "Sir Roger," or jigged in "Money Musk," the night before.
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That was natural; but to have a petticoated young person infesting your house, hourly, was as preposterous as ice-cream soda at breakfast.
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What she really cared for was a young fool who could dance with her in this silly new-fangled gliding style, and send her flowers and sweet-meats, and make love to her glibly-and a petticoated fool who would envy her fine feathers,-and, at last, a knavish fool who would barter his title for her money.
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Against this rises the tottering fortress of the ultra-masculine, abetted by a petty handful of witless traitors-those petticoated creatures who also see in women nothing but their sex.
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The low flame-edged kiln, sending out dense clouds of creamy smoke, with a band of red and grey clothed workers moving in the haze, and usually some petticoated boys and women who come down with drink, forms a scene with as much variety and colour as any picture from the East.
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Examples of Petticoated

Example #1
They presently, leaving their outer habits and cowls upon the rails, began to throttle and make an end of those whom he had already crushed.
Example #2
To which he answered that they should cut the throats of those he had thrown down upon the ground.
Example #3
Alvan preferred the lichen-draped tree to the sunny flower, it was evident, for never a letter from Alvan had come to her.
Example #4
She thought in wrath, nothing but the thoughts of wrath, and ran her wits through every reasonable reflection like a lighted brand that flings its colour, if not fire, upon surrounding images.
Example #5
On our way we fell in with the foresters, who were going a deer-stalking; they had a buck to kill for the duke, so we joined company, and gave that satisfactory shrug of the shoulders, with the expectation of sport, that a spider would feel while sitting in the corner of a hollow nut-shell, and seeing his victim already entangled in his web, while he was whetting his appetite with suspended hope, in dream of anticipated fattenings.
Example #6
So, gentlemen, if yer fond o' oor kin o' sportin, ye shall hae such a sicht o' rinnin an' ridin as ye ne'er saw heretofore we your twa een.