Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of aureole.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Yah know… If you squint at it long enough you can see where Mary has HUGE aureoles.

    Regretsy – Easter Morning Wood

  • The wrap had fallen from her shoulders, and in the light of the moon he saw the snowy orbs of her breasts and the torturous shadow of her aureoles.

    Aching for Always

  • Among the loot of the rabble were the gilded aureoles of celestial rays that had haloed representations of the Holy Family and saints on altars, Mr. Bofferding said.

    The Ever Stylish Sunburst Mirror

  •   He pushed her forward until the olive berries of her aureoles pressed the pane and felt as though they might crack and break off.

    Cock Sculpting

  • He pushed her forward until the olive berries of her aureoles pressed the pane and felt as though they might crack and break off.

    Cock Sculpting

  • Pear-shaped, the aureoles the color of a crushed rose.

    City of Glory

  • TERROREM. staff, scarf and blessed wallet and our aureoles round our neckkandcropfs where as and when

    Finnegans Wake

  • They certainly look similar, although Biancaneve never had Maghella's starburst aureoles, LOL!

    MAGHELLA

  • Her aureoles were light and smaller than he would have guessed.

    peeking at the past..

  • They danced, these countless aureoles; they swung and threaded in radiant choral patterns, in linked harmonies of light.

    The Metal Monster

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