chaplet[ chap-lit ]SEE DEFINITION OF chaplet
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHAPLET
He arose, as he spoke, and reverently placed the chaplet on the head of Plato.
He twisted the chaplet so that the beads bit deeply into his fingers.
Immediately after the battle the Thebans sent a messenger to Athens wearing a chaplet.
The humming of the harps ceased and the chaplet of iron that bound her brow relaxed.
But for the absurdity of it, he could have woven a chaplet of them and worn it.
Even Tiberius Cæsar wore a chaplet of laurel leaves about his neck.
"Let's make a chaplet of flowers," Olga said, plucking a daisy.
Adorned with a wreath, chaplet, or garland; or twisted into the form of a wreath, &c.
Did she remember that day, when she had been queen of the chaplet?
The poles were pranked with nosegays, and a chaplet was hung round the horns of every ox.