Tinsel, garland, and chestnut shells are the only combustibles on offer.
garland has become for her a kind of ghostly support group, inspiration, and role model, all wrapped up in one.
garland added with an equanimity that comes with age that there are good and bad in every profession.
garland, who became estranged from her mother, described her as “no good for anything except to create chaos and fear.”
She drew round the verses a garland of flowers, and signed it with her pet name, Lorchen.
This question was started, why the Isthmian garland was made of pine.
Woe to those who must gather the garland of pain—which is remorse-after death!
The amphitheatre bent above the parquette its garland of diamonds, hair, gauze, and satin.
It were, indeed, to weave Cyprus with the garland of the Bride!
Some enthusiasts presented the artillery with a garland on a pole, which the proud gunners carried before them as a colour.
"wreath of flowers," c.1300 (mid-13c. in Anglo-Latin), from Old French garlande, perhaps from Frankish *weron "adorn, bedeck" (cf. Middle High German wieren "adorn, bedeck"), from PIE *wei- "to turn, twist" (see wire).
early 15c., "to make a garland;" 1590s, "to crown with a garland," from garland (n.). Related: Garlanded; garlanding.