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  • Look at Wallace Stevens – VP of the Hartford Insurance Companies by day – writing about blue guitars and complacenies of the pegnoir by night.

    First Day Covers: the update – The Bleat.

  • Vous savez comme dans les films porno avec des gros beauf en pegnoir une coupe de champagne a la main et leur papier peint en simili zebre??

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • I can't tell what they said, though, nor what was the colour of the lady's pegnoir, for I am neither Nancy nor Polly nor the cook -- nor Rigby. "

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

  • "In my hat and white _pegnoir_ -- how ridiculous, said Helen, with a faint smile.

    May Brooke

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  • A woman's loose-fitting dressing gown or sack. Also peignoir. Found in Dylan Thomas's Rebecca's Daughters

    March 2, 2013