tinsel, garland, and chestnut shells are the only combustibles on offer.
The 46-look collection consisted of drop-waist skirts, cellophane cocktail dresses, and translucent and tinsel fabrics.
Hollywood sure hopes so, because the idea that disgruntled insiders could do this is terrifying to tinsel Town.
Ratings for the tinsel town extravaganza tend to correlate with the popularity of the films nominated.
After a few opening songs, we broke up into small groups and hung wreaths and garlands and tinsel (oh my).
His exuberant style is Venetian; it is velvet and brocade, which he bestrews with tinsel and spangles.
It is of the usual variety, covered with tinsel and adorned with glass balls.
Stripped of its parade and tinsel, however, this theory is nothing but the old pantheism revived.
Mineral Fibers: Asbestos, tinsel, and other metallic fibers.
Only from drunken eyes can you with paint and tinsel hide inward deformity.
mid-15c., "a kind of cloth made with interwoven gold or silver thread," from Middle French estincelle "spark, spangle" (see stencil). Meaning "very thin sheets or strips of shiny metal" is recorded from 1590s. Figurative sense of "anything showy with little real worth" is from 1650s, suggested from at least 1590s. First recorded use of Tinseltown for "Hollywood" is from 1972.