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  • adj. Adorned with or having a chaplet.

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  • adj. provided with a chaplet; wearing a chaplet.

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  • adj. provided with a chaplet


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chaplet +‎ -ed


  • Hair worn flowing, and chapleted with a circlet of gold stars.

    Patriotic Plays and Pageants for Young People

  • Down voyaged the moon, up came with freshness the rose-chapleted dawn.


  • The chapleted asperger sprinkles his charm liquid in the four directions, first north, then west, south, and east.

    The Unwritten Literature of the Hopi

  • The more I saw that she bejewelled herself, powdered herself, embalmed herself like sachets of sweet scents, chapleted her Greek-dressed head with gold fillets, the more I shunned her.

    The Purple Cloud

  • To Persuasion and the Paphian, Hermophiles the neatherd, bridegroom of flower-chapleted Eurynome, dedicates a cream-cheese and combs from his hives; but accept for her the cheese, for me the honey.

    Select Epigrams from the Greek Anthology

  • O pastoral pipes, no longer sing of Daphnis on the mountains, to pleasure Pan the lord of the goats; neither do you, O lyre interpretess of Phoebus, any more chant Hyacinthus chapleted with maiden laurel; for time was when Daphnis was delightful to the mountain-nymphs, and Hyacinthus to thee; but now let Dion hold the sceptre of Desire.

    Select Epigrams from the Greek Anthology

  • The 'cult of the ancient gods,' with forehead chapleted after the fashion of the pagan priests, dares to attack her, and is overthrown.

    A Mere Accident

  • The humid depths showed every sort of green and gray, their trunks, bushes and boughs, bearded with hanging moss, robed with tangled vines and chapleted with mistletoe.

    The Cavalier

  • All this time the old priestly oaks lifted yearning arms toward the stars, and a mighty company of leaf-chapleted followers, with silent reverence, joined in this most pathetic prayer of those dumb ministers of the hills.


  • Old men bearing olive-branches, young men clothed in bronze, chapleted youths singing the praise of

    Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Third series


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