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I am a fool to let myself be thus dragged at her skirts, in such tinselled leading-strings.
The judicious world will not be deceived by the tinselled purse, but will examine whether the contents are sterling.
AN HISTORY OF BIRMINGHAM (1783)WILLIAM HUTTON
Lowering his head, the fiery brute dashed with a bellow at that tinselled figure.
SPANISH HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYSKATHARINE LEE BATES
The tinselled captain was now tender surgeon, doctor, friend.
SOLOMON CROW'S CHRISTMAS POCKETS AND OTHER TALESRUTH MCENERY STUART
This was cheerfully done, the more so as we presented them with small articles of tinselled finery.
CHAMBERS'S EDINBURGH JOURNAL VOL. XVII. NO. 418. NEW SERIES.WILLIAM AND ROBERT CHAMBERS
The tinselled scarf, that other woman's delicate finery, had slipped from the white beauty of her shoulders.
THE INVADERMARGARET L. WOODS
With the exception of their tinselled indigo-blue coat, there is certainly very little to admire in them.
EYE SPYWILLIAM HAMILTON GIBSON
I let a little pause come, then turned my head on my hand and smiled, leaned over and eased my tinselled slipper.
MEMOIRS OF A MIDGETWALTER DE LA MARE
Her arms were filled with the yellow plumes and her dress was tinselled with the dried pollen that floated in the air.
THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLEELLEN GLASGOW
It is immeasurably superior to the tinselled inn of the Rue Royale.
EUROPE AFTER 8:15H. L. MENCKEN, GEORGE JEAN NATHAN AND WILLARD HUNTINGTON WRIGHT