She twisted the fringe of the counterpane in her slender, white fingers, and she did not look at him.
Mrs Lupin and the young lady gazed in silence at the counterpane.
Presently he turned round and his eyes fell upon Sylvia's white hand on the counterpane.
The white night-dress was by the bedside, the night-cap was buried in the counterpane.
The unsteady ground, she said afterwards, "shook lak you wuz shakin' a counterpane."
She was in her night-dress, and a counterpane half over her.
His servant entered the room; Boxtel hid himself under the counterpane.
Then Linda knelt down, and hid her face upon the counterpane.
She shut the door and bolted it, and buried her face in the counterpane in wild agony.
You know you wouldn't sleep under such a counterpane as that.'