"'Tess won't go-o-o and be made a la-a-dy of! -no, she says she wo-o-on't!' they wailed, with square mouths. 'And we shan't have a nice new horse, and lots o' golden money to buy fairlings! And Tess won't look pretty in her best cloze no mo-o-ore!'" (87-8)

Hardy, Thomas. Tess of the D'Urbervilles. Middlesex, England: Penguin Books Ltd., 1979 [1891].

He does a lot of writing in "dialect". I feel like so few of us actually say "clothes" anymore, but here it must have been worth noting?