laurel[ lawr-uhl, lor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF laurel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAUREL
It was twined of Olympic olive leaves and Apollo's own laurel.
She stood at the entrance to the laurel grove and peered a little forward.
The said branch is usually styled a laurel branch, but why I know not.
He held a sprig of laurel in his hand during the time he was confined in the pillory.
It was a crisis when there was a fair opening for new candidates for the laurel.
He wore the red lucco, but had declined to crown himself with laurel.
But Cabarreux did not look at the laurel: he did not know what she said.
The world shall kneel to us yet: shall glorify us with laurel and with gold.
Here are their marks on the left—here, beside the laurel bushes!
There was a statue of Fame close by, and beside it a laurel.