He was buried at the expense of the state in Sta Croce, where his laurelled statue is still to be seen.
The choir had ceased to sing; the uproar of our laurelled equipage alarmed the graves no more.
A very clever etching of a winged and laurelled Death playing on the bagpipe and making his appearance to an old couple at table.
But the house stood isolated, and outside the laurelled forests and porous cliffs soaked up the dissonance as a blotter soaks ink.
Cursed be the lying dream's impression Of name, and fame, and laurelled brow!
They revelled in the devilish halo of skirts on the whirl encircling Lord Ormont's laurelled head.
Though crowned with glory's laurelled wreath, with whom that crown divide?
These tidings we that sate upon the laurelled car had it for our privilege to publish amongst all nations.
You crown our distant ardours while we fight, And mourn our laurelled memories when we're killed.
Garlands were strewed before his feet, laurelled victory sat upon his brow.
c.1300, lorrer, from Old French laurier (12c.), from Latin laurus "laurel tree," probably related to Greek daphne "laurel" (for change of d- to l- see lachrymose), probably from a pre-IE Mediterranean language. The change of second -r- to -l- after mid-14c. is by dissimilation. An emblem of victory or of distinction, hence the phrase to rest (originally repose) on one's laurels, first attested 1831.