Egyptians wore linen from the flax plant, which were beaten and combed.
She had been wearing slacks, blue cotton or linen, a light material, too light for winter.
Slabbert Teekleman is well scrubbed and wears clean though not expensive linen.
I think we wore linen; it was light and the air passed through it.
Most people don't wear white linen in New England this time of year.
One wore white linen, and the other yellow.
Hygiene becomes a matter of social distinction: polite people always wear clean linen.
He wore clean linen too, and had had his hair cut.
Not by eating beans and wearing rough linen in a mountain camp.
He thought of them as men who washed their bodies briskly with cold water and wore clean cold linen.