mantling[ mant-ling ]SEE DEFINITION OF mantling
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANTLING
In both of these examples the adjustment of the Mantling is shown.
What were its arched neck and mantling wings if it were not living?
The main metals and colours of the coat-of-arms should be repeated in the mantling.
His actual presence was the roseleaf upon the mantling cup of bliss.
Louis smiled also; but it was accompanied by a mantling cheek.
A Scottish Peer has, in addition, the ermine lining to his mantling.
The mantling for "azure, a lion rampant erminois" would be azure and or.
Here there is no colour at all, so the mantling would be gules and argent.
Grand Falconer: Two lures appending from the ends of the mantling.
Heraldically this is represented by what is now called the mantling.
"to wrap in a mantle," early 13c.; figurative use from mid-15c., from mantle (n.) or from Old French manteler. Related: Mantled; mantling.