brocaded brocaded


  • (adj) embellished with a raised pattern created by pressure or embroidery



  1. There isn't a brocaded young concubine in sight.
  2. Tribesmen galloped through the streets, wearing brass-trimmed bandoleers, with curved, wide-bladed djambias thrust into their brocaded belts.
  3. They include the gilded, rococo Hall of the Sultan, where reigning monarchs reclined on a brocaded couch to watch dancing girls perform.


  • "I went over to the wardrobe department, picked out a brocaded vest, looked in the mirror, and there was this elegant gentleman," he recalled in 1999. "I said, 'Hey, that's Bat! That's me!'"
    on Dec 10, 2009 By: Gene Barry Source: ABC News

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