Despite the nice suits and trappings of his office, the veep wallows in that whole one-of-the-guys shtick more than Santorum does.
The sketches imitated the trappings of real relationships but within a fantasy world of love and betrayal.
Some streams of Buddhism have the trappings of worship, rituals, and semi-divine beings, but others do not.
The Emanuel boys seem to have carried this tradition—and other trappings of cozy Jewish family life—into adulthood.
He had what most people would consider the trappings of a middle-class life.
The trappings of his horse were crimson and gold embroidered with pearls.
His sword-sheath, breastplate, and trappings were clear and bright.
It was certainly not the exterior panoply and trappings of the church which attracted me, for of those I saw nothing.
Like Tom Sawyer, he loved the glare and trappings of leadership.
Beneath the pomp of his trappings, the fat, overfed body protruded grotesquely, and his movements were slow and clumsy.
"ornamental covering for a horse," late 14c., from Middle English trappe "cloth for a horse" (c.1300), later "personal effects" (mid-15c.), alteration of Middle French drap "cloth" (see drape (n.)).