She sat in her dressing-gown embroidering peonies on a lambrequin and aired her grievances.
He said that they were driven just far enough through to hang on the other side like a lambrequin.
In one of the upper rooms could be seen a mantel with a lambrequin on it and a clock stopped at twenty minutes after five.
At his feet is a ball; and under his head, which is uncovered, a helmet with crest and lambrequin.
A big man with a lambrequin mustache was filling the rear seat measurably well.
The modern use of the lambrequin as an ornamental finish to window-curtains is another instance of misapplied decoration.
In one of the upper rooms can be seen a mantel with a lambrequin on it and a clock stopped at twenty minutes after five.
The seat pads and lambrequin over window are of deep red velvet.
The knight's head appears to have rested on a helmet with lambrequin, and an animal was at his feet.