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The president stood in front of a wreath for several moments, placed his hand on it and then saluted.
GEORGIA ANNOUNCES HAND AUDITFELICIA SONMEZ, COLBY ITKOWITZ, JOHN WAGNER, DEREK HAWKINSNOVEMBER 12, 2020WASHINGTON POST
But here was one mighty wave that was always itself, and every fluted swirl of it, constant as the wreathing of a shell.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
Across the face of the country, wisps and attenuated clouds of smoke were wreathing their way up and melting in the blue.
THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Amid the wreathing vapours a figure of unearthly proportions carried to the sea a white-robed form with long flowing hair.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
The harbour was filled with volumes of smoke, purple and black, wreathing and sidling eastwards, from steamers and chimneys.
LETTERS FROM AMERICARUPERT BROOKE
The pole lay with one end supported on a trestle, and women were engaged in wreathing it from the top downwards with wild-flowers.
RETURN OF THE NATIVETHOMAS HARDY
Hassan pressed his hands to his eyes, to try and realise the past, and then stood wreathing and winding his fingers together.
THE ARAB'S PLEDGEEDWARD L. MITFORD
They looked as if they must vanish and melt in the snow-white cloud, wreathing itself closer and closer round them at every step.
JASPER LYLEHARRIET WARD
Far into the night, the great gaunt boles of trees stood amid wreathing flame.
CEDAR CREEKELIZABETH HELY WALSHE
After wreathing these heavy braids around her head in the form of a coronet, she arose and went to the closet for something.
THE GOLD BRICKANN S. STEPHENS

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