- n.手帕; 方巾，围巾;
- 复数: handkerchiefs;
She fumbled in her pocket for a handkerchief.
He pulled a handkerchief from his pocket and gave it to him.
Brand folded it in his handkerchief and placed it in the inside pocket of his jacket.
He took out a handkerchief and blew his nose.
Hugh wiped the rest of the blood off his face with his handkerchief.
Her sister broke down, sobbing into her handkerchief.
Blake held his handkerchief over the mouthpiece to muffle his voice.
Tom tried to staunch the blood with his handkerchief.
She lowered the handkerchief which she had kept dabbing at her eyes.
He yanked a handkerchief out of his pocket.
The magician held his wand over the handkerchief and out hopped a rabbit.
He wiped his fingers on his pristine handkerchief.
She was crying and dabbing at her eyes with a handkerchief.
She steeped her handkerchief in tears.
Dab the coffee off with your handkerchief.
Diving into her bag, she found a handkerchief just in time.
Use a handkerchief when you sneeze.
She placed the handkerchief on a piece of paper to dry on the radiator.
She waved her handkerchief to us.
She hid her face in her handkerchief.
She turned round, and dashed away the tears with a corner of her handkerchief.
Put a handkerchief over your mouth when you sneeze.
She fanned her face with a handkerchief.
She waved her handkerchief and threw him a kiss.
Before sweeping the house she bound up her hair in a large handkerchief.
He whipped out a handkerchief to bind up his finger.
His handkerchief stuck from his pocket.
Her handkerchief has a blue border.
Mother puts perfume on her handkerchief to make It'smell pleasant.
She was weeping into her handkerchief.
1. a square piece of cloth used for wiping the eyes or nose or as a costume accessory
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