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  • adj. Having tassels.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Furnished or decorated with a tassel or tassels, or with something resembling a tassel.
  • In heraldry, adorned with tassels; having tassels hanging from it: said especially of a hat used in the arms of ecclesiastics.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. fringed or adorned with tassels


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  • Gold velvet drapes were tied back from a large bay window with tasseled cords, fleur-de-lis-patterned shades covering the panes of glass.


  • As quickly as possible, I arranged the blankets on the floor, along with a couple of tasseled pillows.


  • He is wearing his overcoat, his hat, a long scarf whose tasseled ends reach down to his massive knees.

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  • She accessorized with a scarf and tasseled loafers.

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  • I tried my best not to radiate my unfamiliar paranoia too far outside of my presumed business posture, all brown suit, yellow shirt and silk tie, expensive tasseled shoes only a buffoon would wear, but I could tell it wasn't working on this particular scene for some unknown reason.

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  • Beyond those, a pair of tasseled loafers were getting soaked as their owner walked.


  • LAS VEGAS—With tasseled lingerie and top-drawer lawyers, the Burlesque Hall of Fame here is girding for a showdown with a group of striptease rivals.

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  • Now he was a smooth-talking company guy, wearing a three-piece suit, Ray-Bans, and tasseled loafers.

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  • Victor Hugo's vivid poems in "Les Orientales" (1829) were a pioneering effort in pure imagination, as was painter Jean Dominique Ingres's seductive "Grande Odalisque" (1814), the reclining peach-skinned nude, with her tasseled turban and peacock fan, no more Oriental than a sauce béarnaise.

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  • Mr. KELLEY: I am wearing a pair of Rock and Republic jeans, a great loafer, a tasseled loafer, a custom-made shirt, a little sweater vest over it and a great little checked cotton jacket from Paul Smith with a little bit of a purple thread running through it.

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