other words for aigrette
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The Man glanced at the aigrette, smiled discreetly, and said nothing.
She had shaken hands with him and received her costume which was an aigrette and a peacock-feather fan.
We return to the room; she is the centre of the circle and seated; and they have placed the aigrette of flowers in her hair.
Miss Pritchett flushed and tossed her head till the aigrette in her smart little bonnet shook like a leaf.
Her daughter, Lady Dering, came also arrayed in a queenly dress of amber silk with an aigrette of feathers in her hair.
It is as well to master a few technical terms, so as to avoid, for example, confusing an aigrette with a toque.
Because I am a woman: I realize that no head ornament will set off my hair so well as an aigrette.
The law is in effect; and the aigrette business is dead in this state.
At a sale of her effects, Aristide Saccard bought a diamond necklace and aigrette for his second wife.
The Gerard diamonds flash before her mind's eye: they are so big, and numerous—necklace, aigrette, stomacher.