With the aid of a hand-glass she critically studied her pink organdie from every angle.
Madame took the hand-glass, and did not deny that she was eblouissante.
(He gives him a hand-glass) If you'd like to see for yourself.
No; it is the reflection of the reflection in my hand-glass.
Place them in light, sandy soil, and cover them with a hand-glass.
Then, hand-glass in hand, she began to study it seriously from various angles.
Remove as much of it as possible, and examine it with a hand-glass.
Cuttings placed in sand under a hand-glass in heat will strike.
Vain Woman poses and frequently looks in hand-glass to reassure herself.
A hand-glass was placed with the book so that she could reach it easily.