Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of aiglet.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The points worn by the nobles were laces or silken strands ornamented with aiglets of gold or silver.

    Ballad Book

  • He was magnificently habited in a doublet of cloth of gold of bawdekin, the placard and sleeves of which were wrought with flat gold, and fastened with aiglets.

    Windsor Castle

  • Her girdle was embroidered with silver, and her sleeves were fastened by aiglets of the same metal.

    Windsor Castle

  • The sleeves of the doublet were slit, so as to show the white lawn beneath, and adorned with aiglets and knots of gold.

    The Last of the Barons — Complete

  • The sleeves of the doublet were slit, so as to show the white lawn beneath, and adorned with aiglets and knots of gold.

    The Last of the Barons — Volume 02

  • Where are thy golden aiglets and bells, thy filigree flowers of fantastic design?

    Droll Stories — Complete Collected from the Abbeys of Touraine

  • Where are thy golden aiglets and bells, thy filigree flowers of fantastic design?

    Droll Stories — Volume 3

  • All of the lacings on the wrists, sleeves & back's ends are finished off with elegant gold aiglets; nothing is left undone on this amazing gown!

    Garb for sale

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