Did you maybe mean aureole?
“What would you say to a soft, brown face, aureoled in a thousand ripples of gray-black hair, which knells suddenly: “Do you trust white people?””
“Followed with wistful eyes the wandering sun Content if once its leaves were aureoled.”
“Lillian, with her dainty little slip of a body and bright-aureoled head, had always appealed to him.”
“The pomp of the world he would find personated by coral polyps; its vanities by coy and painted fish; its artfulness represented by crabs that think and plan; its scavenging performed by aureoled worms.”
“The yellow globes of streetlamps glow, aureoled in the mist.”
“The under surface was plain, polished to a lustrous darkness almost black, the upper surface and the edges of the lid beautifully and intricately carved in a tracery of vine leaves and grapes, and in the centre of the lid a lozenge containing an ivory plaque, an aureoled head, full-face, with great Byzantine eyes.”
“Stars and stars were caught in it, illuminating caverns and tendrils, aureoled with many-colored fluorescences.”
“Some ancient dwellings have the dignity of "homestead" resting upon them like a benediction; others are aureoled by the name of "manor.”
“Behind the black lines of his robe, the sunlight lay streaming in noon glory; it aureoled him as never saint was aureoled by mortal brush.”
“Youth never was painted so well as here; both Julia and Alfred are aureoled in its beauty; they are not reasonable mortals with the accumulated perfections of three-score and ten, but young creatures just brimmed, as young creatures are, with the blissfulness of being.”
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