Perhaps nobody is really to blame, but, if any one be, my own impression is that it is raglan.
Thanking Lord raglan for his extreme kindness, I took my leave.
Lyons gave us an interesting account of raglan's last illness.
raglan Church is not worthy of much attention if time is short.
Still Lord raglan stood his ground, watching the action with keen interest and the most admirable self-possession.
Pennefather had his hands full by the time Lord raglan arrived.
A few mornings after the mistake about the letter, Mrs. Clifford sat mending Horace's raglan.
The farm alluded to was formerly the red deer park of raglan Castle.
In the darkness of the tent, he caught up what he took to be his raglan, a sleeveless, waterproof garment.
raglan has gained great credit, and his march on Balaklava is considered a very able and judicious operation.
type of overcoat, 1863, named for British general Lord Raglan (1788-1855), commander of British forces in the Crimean War. The name is from a place in Wales.