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  • n. Plural form of tiring.


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  • I know of but one depiction in all literature that possesses the splendour of implacable veracity as well as undiminished artistry; where the portrait is that of a prostitute, despite all her tirings and trappings; a depiction truly deserving to be designated a portrait: the portrait supreme of the harlot eternal -- Shakespeare's Cleopatra.

    Yama: the pit

  • "Seen no more, certainly; but many were the jewels and costly the tirings she sent from foreign parts to my lady's firstborn," continued

    The Buccaneer A Tale


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