Glass fragments from windows, street lamps, car windshields, and theater marquees littered the streets like confetti.
When the device exploded, it sprayed out what looked like confetti.
As we pulled back the sheets the bed was full of confetti in the Basque colors, red, white and green.
But when the confetti dropped it was Assaf who stood in disbelief, his life forever changed.
For the finale, models dressed in gold joined St. Vincent on stage, dancing as confetti fell from the ceiling.
As though an anarchist's bomb had exploded into confetti, Madge Hubert's sudden laughter sparkled through the room.
There was all the folly with that confetti stuff and the rest of it to go through with yet.
The people in the windows here threw down not only confetti but flowers, and stacks at each elbow added to the mass of color.
"Now for fun," said Beppo, when each had purchased a big bag of confetti.
confetti, those noise-makers known as "cluckers," and the miniature feather dusters called "ticklers," were all in evidence.
1815, from Italian plural of confetto "sweetmeat," via Old French, from Latin confectum, confectus (see confection). A small candy traditionally thrown during carnivals in Italy, custom adopted in England for weddings and other occasions, with symbolic tossing of paper.