As Sylvie was about nothing more important than a pale-blue zephyr "fascinator," she accepted the invitation.
She had put on her fascinator hood, but her hands and wrists were bare.
The boss unbent to a surprising degree, Mrs. Stockbridge was most cordial, and the daughter proved to be a fascinator.
Mrs. Harsanyi took her into her own room and helped her take off her country "fascinator" and her clumsy plush cape.
Miss Lydia shook her head, blushing as she untied her "fascinator."
However, I managed to keep pretty comfortable and snug in "fascinator" and muckluks, enveloped as I was in my Indian blanket.
She sat crocheting what she called a fascinator, her white bone needle moving harmoniously in and out of the blue wool.
The jettatore di bambini (fascinator of children) is the most dreaded of all.
His razor-mind was reincarnated a century later as the fascinator of nations—M. Dupin.
Lucinda wondered if he were thinking of it, too, and stole a look at him from under the lace border of her fascinator.