The frontlet of the poor beast was gaily gilded, and the horns were painted blue, and gilt at the tips.
He put a bow and arrows in his hands, and the frontlet on his head.
Gatty always improves the soil in which she travels; frontlet lays waste the country.
Cortes reined his horse, bloody from hoof to frontlet, by the edge of the chasm.
I have in my possession a tuft of hair, from the frontlet of a rather small bull bison, which measures 22½ inches in length.
From frontlet to tail, the horse likewise shone red in the sunset.
Durior lectio preferenda 'st should be a frontlet between our brows.
Gatty likes the man that diverts her; frontlet him who adores her.
Now he seemed to wear her words like a frontlet, branded in the mantling scarlet of his brow.
frontlet will never be chosen more; and Gatty is a toast for life.
from Old French frontelet, diminutive of frontel (Modern French fronteau) "forehead, front of a helmet, hairband," from Late Latin frontale "an ornament for the forehead," from frons (see front (n.)).