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  • noun Plural form of armlet.

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Examples

  • At Kiriwina, in South-Eastern New Guinea, when the new yams had been harvested, the people feasted and danced for many days, and a great deal of property, such as armlets, native money, and so forth, was displayed conspicuously on a platform erected for the purpose.

    Chapter 56. The Public Expulsion of Evils. § 3. The Periodic Expulsion of Evils

  • At Kiriwina, in South-Eastern New Guinea, when the new yams had been harvested, the people feasted and danced for many days, and a great deal of property, such as armlets, native money, and so forth, was displayed conspicuously on a platform erected for the purpose.

    The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion

  • At Kiriwina, in South-Eastern New Guinea, when the new yams had been harvested, the people feasted and danced for many days, and a great deal of property, such as armlets, native money, and so forth, was displayed conspicuously on a platform erected for the purpose.

    The Golden Bough

  • At Kiriwina, in South-Eastern New Guinea, when the new yams had been harvested, the people feasted and danced for many days, and a great deal of property, such as armlets, native money, and so forth, was displayed conspicuously on a platform erected for the purpose.

    The Golden Bough : a study of magic and religion

  • Ornate necklaces, armlets, earrings, bangles, gold chains and finger rings are an essential part of a Hindu bride's trousseau and are usually bought by her parents.

    India Slows Rush for Gold

  • In their sickness they wore no clothing, not even loin-cloths, though they retained their shell armlets, their bead necklaces, and their leather belts, between which and the skin were thrust naked knives.

    Chapter 1

  • Her glorious golden hair was confined by a fillet of silver studded with turquoises, and anklets and armlets of the same jeweled metal tinkled and clinked musically as she walked or rather glided forward.

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  • There were ropes of pearls and heaps of necklaces, armlets, brooches, and diadems.

    The Night Of the Solstice

  • Her glorious golden hair was confined by a fillet of silver studded with turquoises, and anklets and armlets of the same jeweled metal tinkled and clinked musically as she walked or rather glided forward.

    "The Moon Woman" by Minna Irving, part 3

  • She is naked because these armlets look dumb with clothes.

    Regretsy – Are you there God? It’s me, Hipster

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