Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [ɡ'ɑɹmənts]
Those remarkable garments fitted him like eel-skins.
They took my white garments away and gave me black ones.
For my bridal clothes they made me black garments instead.
Anna had called at the Suttons' to deliver some finished garments.
She stood with her hands on her hips, pensively contemplating the garments.
She was plainly yet rather richly dressed, in garments of an old-fashioned and well-preserved look.
What he had done with it I cannot say; possibly it had vanished, with his other garments, into air.
She did not speak, but a soft rustling of her garments let him know that she had gone back to her chair again.
Those strange garments had looked so refreshingly picturesque, and I had conceived such an intense longing to wear them!
He was very well dressed, as the porter had said, entirely in black, in perfectly new garments, and with a white cravat.