And to whom the devil did the general of the order pass the shoulder-knot?
Have you lost your shoulder-knot or have you dropped your doll and broken its nose?
A royal edict directed courtesans to wear a shoulder-knot of a particular color as a badge of their calling.
The shoulder-knot of the queens of Poland containing six hundred and sixty-two diamonds!
And what was that devil's device flashing on button and shoulder-knot?
The coastguard had emptied both his pistols, and one of the bullets cut through the officer's shoulder-knot.
The lieutenant holds the staff and hat, shoulder-knot and badge, and neckerchief of the Tenderfoot.
The first one did not go far, and caught in Jaqueline's shoulder-knot.
Once a badge of high military rank, the shoulder-knot has become, on the modern footman, a mark of servitude.
Behold me the grace of that shoulder-knot, Charles, and the set of that most admirable coat.