Now a new singer, and anon a new colour in lutestring, or a new style of headdress, or a new game at cards.
Look 'ee, now, at this lutestring piece I got to Penzance church-town.
Charles Townshend calls the present a lutestring Ministry; fit only for the summer.
She sent me home a lutestring nightgown of the sweetest sea-green only yesterday.
This was all of a piece with his rage at lutestring the day before.
So that those two poor little bits of lutestring ribbon were the only outward signs of new bereavement.
He sang in the choir and I had a white dress and a bonnet trimmed with lutestring ribbon.
The sound of a horn blown faintly to test it within the gatehouse, the tinkle of a lutestring, brought to the King's lips: 'Aye.