[ UK /tˈæsə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈtæsəɫ/ ]
  1. adornment consisting of a bunch of cords fastened at one end
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How To Use tassel In A Sentence

  • Some loincloths were painted and decorated with tassels, which symbolized falling rain.
  • Her clothes were long and loose, the shawl brightly colored and rimmed with tassels.
  • However, last year corn leaf aphids remained abundant in some field after tasseling, and the feeding appeared to cause death of the tissues fed upon.
  • When derided for mounting a pair of Government "bluchers," tied over bare feet, with bits of glaring tassel-string from his camel-saddle, he quoted the proverb, "Whoso liveth with a people forty days becomes of them. The Land of Midian — Volume 1
  • For the most drama, try using deep eggplant in a single piece of furniture, such as a sofa or perhaps a trio of tasseled pillows.
  • He was in Prince Albert's 11 th Hussars, and cut quite a dash on horseback in his crimson trousers, braided tunic, tassels and plumes.
  • A four-poster bed took up half the room, veiled in long, sheer violet curtains and gold tassels. Rogue Oracle
  • He is a trim, nice-looking 72-year-old wearing a tweedy jacket and spiffy tasselled loafers.
  • Accessorise the look with long tasselled shoulder bags in patch-work leather and butter soft suede boots.
  • The elaborate tassels on the ends of his red breechclout reached below his knees when he stood.
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