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He arranged my coat so that it should look as if it had been made to fit somebody else, and disposed my arms in such a way as to give the sleeves the appearance of trouser legs with rucks in them.
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Then he ran up to me, gave my chin another hitch, pulled my neck another foot or two out of my collar, added a ruck or two to my sleeves, and said he liked the other side of my face better, after all.
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She was dressed, or rather draped, in a sort of dressing-gown of white cashmere, without sleeves, which left her arms and shoulders bare.
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Their skirts were pinned up, their sleeves rolled back to the shoulders and they looked like veritable scrub women.
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It has two birch-trees on either side, and their graceful stems and faint foliage, pale like gold, made me think of dancers with sequins in their hair and sleeves.
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Her gown was of black velvet, with tight sleeves and sloping shoulders, and the skirt had three large flounces.
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When Philip went back to the dissecting-room, he was a few minutes late, since he had forgotten to buy the loose sleeves which they wore to protect their shirts, and he found a number of men already working.
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She had performed her job, and now she rolled down her sleeves, took off her apron, and put on her bonnet.
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He insisted on taking Philip into a room on the first floor, where a man in shirt sleeves, a blousy woman, and three children were having their Sunday dinner.
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The man in shirt sleeves gave a laugh and said to Philip: "Mr. Athelny will 'ave his little joke.
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She wore a dirty apron, and the sleeves of her cotton dress were turned up above her elbows; she had curling pins in her hair.
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Presently Mildred came in, rolling down her sleeves.
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He sat in his shirt sleeves at a large desk with a telephone by his side; before him were the day's advertisements, Athelny's work, and cuttings from newspapers pasted on a card.
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She always wore a little black bonnet and a white apron; her sleeves were tucked up to the elbow; she cut the sandwiches with large, dirty, greasy hands; and there was grease on her bodice, grease on her apron, grease on her skirt.
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Then he began to speak to his clients of a "clever young feller, Paris art-student, you know," who worked for him; and soon Philip, ensconced behind a screen, in his shirt sleeves, was drawing from morning till night.
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He passed a sweltering August behind his screen in the costumes department, drawing in his shirt sleeves.
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Of late Philip had only seen her in the trim frocks she had taken to since she was at the dressmaker's, and there was something very charming in the print dress she wore now, loose and easy to work in; the sleeves were tucked up and showed her strong, round arms.
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Sally came out of the hut, turning down her sleeves.
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Those men, distinguished by their enormous white turbans, their broad sleeves, and their long rosaries, are the Imans, the Mollas, and the Muftis; and near them are the Dervishes with pointed bonnets, and the Santons with dishevelled hair.
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Each Sunday afternoon, when the weather was pleasant, he came, dressed in his best black cutaway, shiny at elbows and the under part of the sleeves, striped trousers and a pearl gray soft hat with a black band, a hat which looked as much out of place above his round, withered little face as a red roof might have looked on a family vault, and he and the housekeeper went for a walk.
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Examples of Sleefe

Example #1
I felt almost more sorry for my tailor than for myself, but I shall send him one of the prints when I get them; it will be good for him.
Example #2
I had never worn it at that angle in my life, and I knew it would put my collar all wrong; but I had to do what he told me.
Example #3
So we went through it all again, and I worked at it with a will, for I wanted to see him get under his black cloth and finish the business.
Example #4
It was not until I had assumed the appearance of a reach-me-down Nut with a dislocated neck, being made love to by six chorus-girls at once, that he condescended to take a look at me through the peephole.
Example #5
Her auburn hair was unbound and floating, and fell in heavy masses almost to her feet.
Example #6
Her back was turned to him.