chaplet chaplet


  • (n) flower arrangement consisting of a circular band of foliage or flowers for ornamental purposes



  1. Their coat of arms: sable, three bucks' heads cabossed argent with a crest of a serpent nowed proper and two bucks, each wreathed round the neck with a chaplet of roses, argent .
  2. In 1928, with considerable hauteur, Eliot professed himself an Anglo-Catholic, a royalist and a classicist, and the chaplet of lyrics (Ash Wednesday) which celebrated his .
  3. When a Roman emperor or general returned to the city after a great victory and was awarded a triumph, he passed among the populace wearing a hero's chaplet, surrounded by his .
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pivotal pivotal
/ˈpɪ və təl /