- n. trimming used to decorate clothes or curtains
“He sits on a sofa of scarlet silk with his long, tapering aesthete’s fingers clutching at the gold braid of his coat.”
“The voice was heavily accented; the face on the screen was of a clean-shaven dark-haired man in a medium blue uniform with gold braid on the collar and epaulets dripping gold fringe.”
“He wore a Hussar jacket so frogged with gold braid that it was impossible to see the cloth beneath, a white kid-skin pelisse edged with black fur, and skintight sky-blue cavalry breeches decorated with gold embroidery and silver side-buttons.”
“A captain marched in front of the company of fox-soldiers, his uniform embroidered with gold braid to make it handsomer than the others.”
“Mister Povondra, the doorman, appeared, took the measure of the heavy man at the door by looking him up and down from his feet to the gold braid on the cap, and with some reserve asked: "Can I help you?”
“Decked out in gold braid and crimson, with epaulets high and fully fringed, their Regent was in genial and expansive good humor, retelling heroic tales of derring-do drawn from the dispatches of recent engagements, most notably that of Waterloo.”
“Outside an open barouche stood, its sides gleaming like black oil, gold braid holding back the half-collapsed hood.”
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