Thy carelessness, sarsnet, has exposed me, I am lost and ruin'd.
If sarsinesshe can be taken as a sb., it may refer to sarsnet.
Our good curate bequeaths to "Sir Thomas Benson" his sarsnet tippet, clearly from its superior stuff, the best that he had.
A very prudent young woman this sarsnet; she was undoubtedly a good and faithful friend in your solitude.
Dear Mrs. sarsnet, how am I oblig'd to thee for thy services: thou hast made me happy beyond expression.
She let concealment feed upon her cheek—which, to be accurate, was not damask, but rather of the quality of sarsnet.