When she turned to Elsa I saw her eye run in a rapid anxious glance over her daughter's raiment.
Every rag of raiment that man has on he stole from my husband's wardrobe at the Hall.
This would give him food and raiment, enable him to go to some other State or country where he could redeem himself.
St Matthew says, "His face did shine as the sun, and his raiment was white as the light."
God has ordained food and raiment, as wages for the sweat of the face.
Then in a cabinet I superintended Cousin Egbert's change of raiment.
It is to be hoped that as money gets scarcer, food and raiment will get cheaper.
She had a doll, its raiment in about the same condition as her own, tucked under one arm.
It is I who need a change of raiment and a chair; aye, by the token of the Locust's Head!'
In clawin' together said raiment, Nellie, that'll give you some impression of size.'