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Definition of Sequinned
Lexicographical Neighbors of Sequinned
Literary usage of Sequinned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. African Camp Fires by Stewart Edward White (1913)
"... and were heavily hung with long necklaces of coral or amber, with scarves, with strings of silver coins, with sequinned veils and silks, girt with many ..."
2. A Hedonist's Guide to Marrakech by Paul Sullivan (2004)
"... in warren-like alleys that lead from the Jemaa al Fna.This, for some, is the essence of the Marrakech experience. Haggle over a pair of highly sequinned ..."
3. A Hedonist's Guide to Lisbon by Sarah Marshall (2004)
"... sophisticated women's knitwear Augustus Portuguese designer silk and sequinned ladies' evening wear ..."
4. A Hedonist's Guide to Stockholm by Scarlett Stapleton (2004)
"The lounge is more about comfort and crams bright silks and sequinned cushions onto narrow banquettes. The warmth, excitement and colour of Eastern life ..."