He had also discovered the time-honored circus-ring, where every summer the tinseled host rode and tumbled.
When a plump, two-pound trout refuses to eat a tinseled, feathered fraud, I am not the man to refuse him something more edible.
The worlds scorn—this scorn being only a sort of tinseled cloak to its deformed weakness.
So Mary was crowned, and was now a queen, hedged about by the tinseled divinity that hedgeth royalty.
The adjutant faces toward the left flank, shoulders his tinseled pinking iron, and sets his teeth firmly, almost defiantly.
Yet behind its spangled, tinseled array and restless movement are real traditions.
Gently he picked her up, and carried her away, sobbing out his heart over her tinseled dress.
When we entered the presence he sat throned, with his tinseled snobs and dandies around him.
But it was still brought forth in moments of trouble to have its tinseled petticoat twisted about and be set up on its altar.