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  • v. Present participle of tinsel.


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  • Seats were provided for these workers except for those at tinselling; and if they found they were able to complete the task easily, they sat at the work.

    Making Both Ends Meet The income and outlay of New York working girls

  • The colors of those cheeks are not burnt in with fire: what your mirror passes off upon you as solid and enduring is but a slight tinselling, which, sooner or later, will rub off in the hands of the purchaser.

    Love and Intrigue


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