Emily was dressy, wore a false front, and always took precedence of her sister, who was small and mousy in demeanour.
Bonnet, false front, and spectacles were tossed in a tumultuous pile.
Stepped out of the gown, and walked about in the old Lady's cap and false front!
The false front was hanging half a dozen inches from his skull.
"It is a false front," he said, looking at the golden stone and the twin towers, and loving them just the same.
Old Mrs. Bascom wet her finger, smoothed the parting of her false front, and looked inscrutable.
Aunt Priscilla had worn a false front under her cap for many a year that was now a rusty, faded brown.
Mingusville consisted of the railroad station, the section-house, and a story-and-a-half "hotel" with a false front.
Her false front was pushed fantastically away, her rouge and powder were rubbed off in patches, her face looked set and hard.
Her own hair was one cast of iron-gray, her switch another, and her false front still another.