Well, the Elizabethans wore voluminous clothing, and an item or two less should not offend even the most prudish, we suppose.
Men often dressed in baggy black pants and colorful, wide-brimmed hats, while women wore voluminous black dresses, colorfully embroidered bodices, and lace bonnets.
One theme treated several times in his voluminous writings was whether laymen and women should be allowed to dance in churchyards on feast days.
The voluminous records we have for the constitutional debates of the late 1780s contain no significant references to the Iroquois.
You couldn't tell what they were like, for they were draped in voluminous layers of fabric-bright pinks and dark blues.
Though the voluminous skirts of yesteryear were out of fashion, a slight bloom of the skirts was acceptable if not encouraged.
In court today, the defense said they received voluminous amounts of information on Friday, too much to be able to go through.
Another selection we need is, I think, a volume of her work which includes generous extracts from both her three books of prose and her voluminous correspondence.
It is now a popular music venue, with its voluminous space providing a very different atmosphere for music lovers.
He appears convincing by aggregating voluminous references without subjecting himself to the rigours of the scientific process.