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- wreatheTrwythowreathesgreu torch
Verb(1) move with slow, sinuous movements(2) decorate or deck with wreaths(3) form into a wreath
(1) The stump of a pipe he held tight in his teeth and the smoke encircled his head like a wreath .(2) Since 1996 Greece has sought the return of a gold Macedonian funerary wreath , purchased from a Swiss dealer who acted as an intermediary.(3) Beaver County native Lauryn Williams is in the running for that, along with an olive wreath and a gold medal, when she begins competing today.(4) Sometimes the faces are framed in fierce coronas of sunlight; sometimes, in a wreath of leaves, berries and flowers; always, in a blaze of warmth.(5) This was a pennon-shaped scarf of material, usually silk, lined with another colour, and placed on the helmet underneath the crest and crest wreath .(6) The Eritrean flag is green, red, and blue with a gold olive wreath .(7) ├ö├ç├┐American National Red Cross Nurse├ö├ç├û was printed in gold letters on a cobalt blue background surrounded by a beautiful gold wreath .(8) Olof just grinned but JB, from behind a wreath of cigarette smoke, turned round with an encouraging glance.(9) She sat behind her desk, a blue wreath of cigarette smoke encircling her head, while I leaned against the doorframe.(10) The tall buildings stretched high into the night sky, the top spires of the churches and court houses surrounded in a wreath of smoke from the fires that burned in pot bellied stoves far below.(11) the Queen laid a wreath at the Cenotaph(12) Place the wire into the body of the garland or wreath and twist together several times to hold the fruit in place.(13) The King had commissioned a gold wreath that he wished to consecrate to the gods.(14) Curve the ends around to make an oval loop, a circle wreath , or even bend it a bit to make a heart shape.(15) You will be amazed at the beauty and crispness of this hand carved wood floral rose wreath .(16) The young king's head began to ache, and he took of his crown, a delicate woven wreath of gold.
1. festoon ::
2. spiral ::
3. wind ::
Different Formswreathe, wreathed, wreathes, wreathing
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