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Noun(1) adornment consisting of a small piece of shiny material used to decorate clothing
Verb(1) glitter as if covered with spangles(2) decorate with spangles
(1) He turned the image, held it six inches from my face while I examined the spangle of reflected light.(2) You will need two tissues: one to wipe your eyes, and one to mop up the spangle .(3) Dignity is overrated, especially when surrounded by so much spangle and sequin.(4) You know the story, we all know the story of Dorothy, the Kansas farm girl with the spangling red slippers, who is transported to Oz in a whirling, spiralling tornado, here depicted by the spinning of the farmhouse.(5) The moonlit night was cool, almost chill, clear, spangled with stars, and no longer soaked with rain.(6) That future may seem bleak if you don't look good in spangled bustiers and hot pants.(7) Still, it is now more than 20 years since Abba hung up their spangles .(8) Her gown was black, spangled with diamonds, giving it the appearance of the sky on a clear night.(9) People sitting in the big top were in trances, distracted by the cracking of peanut hulls and dazzled by spangled spandex wardrobes.(10) It's a traditional, in-your-face, spangly panto and a fabulous family night out!(11) And the costumes: They can't have too many spangles .(12) The old boys, who fought for King and far distant country in World War Two, drink their lager beside gay Mardi Gras revellers decked out in more feathers and spangles than you could shake a stick at.(13) The cape and gloves were spangled with purple glitter, as were his jester shoes and the headband of his hat, both of which had sparkling amethysts dangling from their ends instead of the usual bells.(14) The bridge is busy on market days with old ladies going shopping, wiry farmers carrying shoulder poles hung with live ducks, and young women in spangly shoes carrying umbrellas to keep themselves out of the sun.(15) It is a spangly piece of tuneful easy listening, a record unashamed of a simple chorus and a driving rhythm.(16) Participants are being urged to get into the spirit by pulling on tight trousers or a spangly jumpsuit.
2. sequin ::
3. bespangle ::
Different Formsspangle, spangled, spangles, spangling
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