Thursday, April 28, 2016

tweed & lapel

Quotations:

Complete Works of Virginia Woolf: The Voyage Out

At four o'clock he woke from sleep and saw the sunlight make a vivid angle across the red plush curtains and the grey tweed trousers.

He stood beside his wife. She pulled him down to her by the lapel of his coat, kissed him, and held him fast for a minute.

Definitions:

tweed:
a type of thick rough cloth made of wool that has small spots of different coloured thread in it.

lapel:
one of the two front parts of the top of a coat or jacket that are joined to the collar and are folded back.

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