The altar-cloth one, Jean, is my age, the other three are older.
One of them embroiders a church banner, another an altar-cloth.
The novice Madeleine, on one occasion, was reprimanded for concealing her bosom with the altar-cloth at communion.
Kirstie had begun her ties, and Jean the altar-cloth, again.
Never before in all of his short young life had he really needed anything for personal comfort—but the altar-cloth.
The altar-cloth, as if tossed by a great wind, lay far away from them, gleaming white on the black ground.
She went to the window and drew back the Persian altar-cloth.
In the church is an altar-cloth, now rarely used, worked by two maiden ladies more than two centuries since.
A dreadful accident has happened to the altar-cloth, and I must mend it and wash it, and there is barely time before dark.
The kneeling piece, which projects from under the folds of the altar-cloth, is of dark wood highly polished.