The cardigan came out again, over a white pussycat-bow blouse, in Prague, as did the pearls, and the black and white dress.
FLOTUS 'Raises the Roof' in the brand's new spring cardigan and cashmere shell.
Adam had a hat on and a cardigan, Benji had this tie, and Greta has this dress.
A good swimmer might circle the floating battery and make his way outside the Neck, but he could not last, Mr. cardigan.
Some of the characters of "cardigan" reappear in this new novel.
St. Dogmael's Priory, less than two miles from cardigan, lies upon the left of the estuary.
Her death was soon avenged by the slaughter of the Normans at cardigan.
He's full o' sentiment; he'll never breathe a word, Mr. cardigan; the Weasel's a gentleman.
Miss cardigan clapped her hands together softly and laughed.
It has been said of the Earl of cardigan that "he was the first in and the first out."
1868, from James Thomas Brudenell (1797-1868), 7th Earl of Cardigan, English general distinguished in the Crimean War, who set the style, in one account supposedly wearing such a jacket while leading the Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaclava (1854). The place name is an anglicization of Welsh Ceredigion, literally "Ceredig's land." Ceredig lived 5c.