That story, the first-fruits of her young genius, must surely make her purse bulky, and must wreathe her little brow with laurels.
A sweet spirit will tune the voice, wreathe the countenance in charms.
And laugh of glee, and song of mirth, then wreathe their merry twine.
Paul would stop from time to time to wreathe flowers in her hair.
It made no effort to wreathe itself with chaplets of elegance; it was beautifully unaware that such adornment was necessary.
He thought a moment: he did what he could to wreathe it in smiles.
Examples are wreath (with th as in think), but to wreathe (with th as in then); house, but to house (with s pronounced like z).
It was in her power for a time to wreathe him with incongruous objects.
Let him amuse the children, relax with jocosity the sternness of adults, and wreathe into smiles the wrinkles of old age.
See the smiles as they wreathe themselves on his chubby countenance.