tinsel[ tin-suh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF tinsel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TINSEL
The crescent moon and the stars filtered down a tinsel light.
It is of the usual variety, covered with tinsel and adorned with glass balls.
One may live in paint and tinsel, but one isn't absolutely without a soul.
Mineral Fibers: Asbestos, Tinsel, and other metallic fibers.
But I cared not at that moment, whether for mispayment or tinsel.
What do you think I care for the tinsel rewards of kings and peoples!'
The pageants of Alexander, Csar, and Wellington were tinsel to this.
He would rather have no gold than be mocked with tinsel and base alloy!
Gilding and tinsel were no longer bright to her, silks and velvet were no longer soft.
The priest tore off his tiara, broke his crozier, and rent his tinsel cope.