Who knows but that some day you may be showing it for a love-knot?'
Next he made a feeble endeavour to complicate the relations between his parts—to tie himself into a love-knot.
To fasten his hood he has a curious gold pin, wrought at the greater end with a love-knot.
She gave him the love-knot from her breast, and stored his little trinket in that pure shrine.
White as the white-thorn bush in the garden was her sweeping brocade, and on her arm a love-knot caught a tiny Bambini fan.
The hair is long, and over it is worn a neat cap with lappets and a golden agraffe and love-knot, to support the hair.
Troilus gives the maiden a sleeve, and she gives her Adonis a glove, as a love-knot.
As to whether the love-knot of which Mary Garland had the keeping still held firm, who should pronounce?