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Its pages are filled with the purple gowns of kings and the scarlet trappings of the warrior.
A gilded coach, drawn by the most beautiful horses in the richest trappings, sweeps along the streets—a gorgeous vision.
In these days bold scoundrels die brilliantly in the chariot of vice with the trappings of luxury.
JUANAHONORE DE BALZAC
They were cursed by the Church as trappings of the Devil, inciting the wearer to foul deeds and intrigue.
THE MEDICI BOOTSPEARL NORTON SWET
The princess herself was mounted on a snow-white steed, with diamond and ruby trappings.
RUDY AND BABETTEHANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
All the shabbiest tinsel and trappings of secular music passed across the trestles of this religious masquerade.
The true romance of the West isn't in its clothes and its trappings.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
He loved the trappings of life, and he loved to put his sitters in a splendid environment.
AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
The stirrups are usually the richest portion of the trappings.
Ye cover your horses with silken trappings, and I know not how much fine cloth hangs pendent from your coats of mail.

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