Ribboned in a sentence

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The sight of holiday-making school-children, who, in their ribboned hats and white pinafores, were having tea not far away, suggested to Louise that she also would like such refreshment.
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As a woman of between forty and fifty, the obese sepulchre of a dead vulgar beauty, she had no right to passions and tears and homage, or even the means of life; she had no right to expose herself picturesquely beneath a crimson glow in all the panoply of ribboned garters and lacy seductiveness.
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His small black eyes were bright as glass beads, and his hair was ribboned as bravely as Reinaldo's.
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Ribboned jasper is produced by the hardening of alternate layers of green and chocolate- coloured schist, each stripe faithfully representing the original lines of stratification.
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There were pillars of black basalt, like Staffa; and pillars of green and crimson serpentine, like Kynance; and pillars ribboned with red and white and yellow sandstone, like Livermead; and there were blue grottoes like Capri, and white grottoes like Adelsberg; all curtained and draped with seaweeds, purple and crimson, green and brown; and strewn with soft white sand, on which the water-babies sleep every night.
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On he came, his old, wrinkled face grimacing in toothless smiles, his ribboned cane waving in his trembling hand, and his well-nigh bald head bowing a welcome to the watchers.
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Cool to my fevered cheek soft breezy kisses were blown; The ribboned and tasselled grass Leaned over the flattering glass, And the sunny waters trilled the same low musical tone.
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Your toil is ease, and indolence your care, And tunics hung with sleeves, and ribboned coifs ye wear.
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The holy ribboned chaplet on his brow.
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And last came a railway lorry on which dozens of tiny infants had been penned; and the horses of the lorry were ribboned and their manes and tails tightly plaited; on that grand day they could not be allowed to protect themselves against flies; they were sacrificial animals.
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The dignified nurse seemed in a holiday mood, to match her ribboned armful, and she remained to see the delight of the children, as they unwrapped their presents.
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Well clad in leathern jerkin, or even broadcloth, the young peasants vied with each other in quoits and wrestling; while the merry laughter of the girls, in their gay-coloured kirtles and ribboned hair, rose oft and cheerily to the ears of the cavalcade.
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And nearer yet, where the sun lay warm on a leafy glade, the King's beautiful "Danish wife" took her nooning amid her following of maids and of pages, of ribboned wenches and baggage-laden slaves.
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Examples of Ribboned

Example #1
Doubtless it might be procured at the inn yonder, near the racecourse, and thither she began to move.
Example #2
The sun had grown less ardent, and a breeze, no longer fitful, made walking pleasant.
Example #3
It was silly; it was disgraceful.
Example #4
And above her boots-she was still wearing dainty, high-heeled, tightly laced boots-the calves bulged suddenly out.
Example #5
His large curved nose was also a compensating gift from the godmother of dignity, and he carried himself so erectly that he looked like a toy general.
Example #6
He was clad in silk attire,-red silk embroidered with butterflies.