Rembrandt depicts himself in a burgher's hat and cloak, as does Rubens, although the hats are dissimilar and Rembrandt wears a neck ruff .
Mascarenhas is a powdered dandy in silk stockings; a fluffy lace ruff brushes his chin.
The Angora's coat - medium long on the body, more profuse on the underside and ruff - is fine and silky with an inclination toward waviness.
It is often bad to lead the second round of hearts, because of the danger of giving a ruff and discard to the opponents, since there are only six cards in the suit.
I stretch out my finger and a brazen parakeet sidles onto it, inclining its head so I can gently stroke its chalk blue ruff , so downy tender that it feels almost moist.
The globe echoes the shape made by the Queen's head with its surrounding ruff , like a planet in relation to the sun.
If honour meant wearing a great ruff around the neck, shame meant being denuded.
a ruff of long pointed feathers
A generous ruff about the neck, and breeches on the hind legs are preferred.
In addition, bicolors have a white ruff , white legs and feet and may have patches of white on their bodies.