- n. Plural form of sequin.
“And Helen Mirren, always the queen, resplendent in sequins, glimmered onto the stage.”
“Those guys are professional entertainers and sewing on sequins is tedious work.”
“Thursday reading dripping in sequins and leading a young yet-to-be-named male model on a leash.”
“Seven of them, six men and a girl, she in sequins and ragged lace, they in leathers and silk.”
“I hope they bring you back a t-shirt that reads "People still wanna get with this" in sequins:) You rock! angdesj”
“Write your wishes down already (cremation, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony performed live, non-resuscitation, open bar, Aunt Mabel in sequins tap dancing on a white grand piano).”
“It was hard to miss, what with the supermodel in sequins beneath headlines blaring "Come Again: Multiple Orgasm Made Easy!" and "Ass-Tastic!”
“Houston guard Steve Francis, out with a knee injury, arrived at the arena wearing a red velvet sport jacket with ` ` Barack Obama '' spelled on the back in sequins.”
“We did eight cards up to the stage of adding the beads & sequins, which is done by hand, but the photo I took of them all together made them look blue rather than purple, whereas the colour is much truer on this photo.”
“He has sent a letter in his own hand to her mother, inviting her to reside with them, and subscribing himself her dutiful son: but the countess has sent another privately by Don Joseph, in which she advises the old woman to stay at Lovere, promising to take care she shall want nothing, accompanied with a token of twenty sequins, which is at least nineteen more than ever she saw in her life.”
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