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This type became more and more rigid and austere as the gathering shadows of the Dark Ages mantled on the minds of men.THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
Marianne turned towards the light; her eyes were shining brilliantly, and a delicate shade of red mantled her cheeks.GARMAN AND WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
About seventeen miles to the south the rising slopes of ice-mantled land were visible, fading away to the far east and west.THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
The hope—the heart of sixteen—spoke brightly out through the blushes that mantled over her fair cheeks.NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
And suddenly Fanny felt her voice checked—her head mantled—her light form lifted from the ground.NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
The mask became half-quizzical, half-friendly, as her cheeks mantled beneath his regard.UNDER THE ROSEFREDERIC STEWART ISHAM
It mantled in a kind of breathless, expectant silence the solitude of the wilderness world.THE BACKWOODSMENCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Above, a knight's helm, mantled of the tincture of the shield, and surmounted by a ducal coronet.PARISIANS IN THE COUNTRYHONORE DE BALZAC
The rich red mantled her cheeks; the gray eyes smiled up frankly into his; she held out her hand.FLAMSTED QUARRIESMARY E. WALLER
It is a stately ruin partially mantled with ivy, and it preserves in a most remarkable fashion the detail of its outward face.YORKSHIRE PAINTED AND DESCRIBEDGORDON HOME

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dissilientadjective | [dih-sil-ee-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION