Definition of Trinketed
1. trinket [v] - See also: trinket
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Literary usage of Trinketed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1828)
"... a petti- coated female figure, hooped, furbe- lowed, necklaced, and trinketed, was, merely as such, far superior in beauty to the Venus de Medicis. ..."
2. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1847)
"How memories sweet o'er-swarm us, Ere wasp-like forms were girt around With ' bustles' so enormous ; When modest arms were never bared And trinketed for ..."
3. Western Scenes and Reminiscences: Together with Thrilling Legends and by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1853)
"An.l 1:1 such tiny fabrics, so cramped and bound, and bedecked and trinketed. their famous Pontiacs and King Philips, and other prime warriors, ..."
4. Rules for Compositors and Readers ... at the University Press, Oxford by Oxford University Press (1904)
"... trinketed, -ing trousered, -ing trumpeted, -ing velvety wainscoted, -ing IN POETRY This applies to poetical quotations introduced into prose matter, ..."
5. The American Indians: Their History, Condition and Prospects, from Original by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1851)
"And in such tiny fabrics, so cramped and bound, and bedecked and trinketed, their famous Pontiacs and King Philips, and other prime warriors, ..."
6. Book on the Physician Himself: And Things that Concern His Reputation and by Daniel Webster Cathell (1908)
"You will see many a man bowed down with debt and despondency, while his trinketed wife and dazzling daughters parade about as gay and as fine as strutting ..."
7. Historic Mackinac: The Historical, Picturesque and Legendary Features of the by Edwin Orin Wood (1918)
"Nothing, indeed, could be better adapted to the exigencies of the forest life. And in such tiny fabrics, so cramped and bound, and bedecked and trinketed, ..."