His head was encircled with a chaplet made of the feathers of the song-sparrow and the red-headed-woodpecker.
"Traditions of the North American Indians, Vol. 1 (of 3)" by James Athearn Jones
And no longer suffering it to be deprived of its honours, they place upon it the festive chaplet.
"The Metamorphoses of Ovid" by Publius Ovidius Naso
Binding of turbans and chaplets, and making crests and top-knots of flowers.
"The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana" by Vatsyayana
A chaplet of silver bay-leaves was to encircle her brow, and the locket and chain were to be put round her neck.
"A Bunch of Cherries" by L. T. Meade
Within these chaplets are others of smaller size.
"Le Morvan, [A District of France,] Its Wild Sports, Vineyards and Forests; with Legends, Antiquities, Rural and Local Sketches" by Henri de Crignelle
Again the tempest of his passions arise; he tears the chaplet from his brows, and scatters it in the wind.
"Forgotten Tales of Long Ago" by E. V. Lucas
The Chaplet of Pearls; or, The White and Black Ribaumont.
"Miss Ashton's New Pupil" by Mrs. S. S. Robbins
THE CHAPLET OF PEARLS; or, the White and Black Ribaumont.
"Lover or Friend" by Rosa Nouchette Carey
Gratitude may wreath a chaplet of laurel, but trust me, Christine, it withers unless consecrated by beauty.
"She Would Be a Soldier" by Mordecai Manuel Noah
The Chaplet of Pearls.
"The Pirate and The Three Cutters" by Frederick Marryat
The priest was crowned with a chaplet of flowers.
"Things as They Are" by Amy Wilson-Carmichael
Never were seen such decorations, such chaplets, such chandeliers, such bowers of roses.
"Blackwoods Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 59, No. 366, April, 1846" by Various
Spores in chaplets, 143.
"Fungi: Their Nature and Uses" by Mordecai Cubitt Cooke
For yourself you may take my crown and chaplet.
"Legends & Romances of Brittany" by Lewis Spence
On opening the tomb nothing was found but the dead hero's chaplet and robes.
"Historic Tales, Vol. 12 (of 15)" by Charles Morris
Accordingly, in order to conceal his baldness, he ever carries a chaplet of gold leaves on his head.
"The Gold Sickle" by Eugène Sue
The children, sitting on the grass before us, were weaving chaplets of wild flowers.
"Coelebs In Search of a Wife" by Hannah More
I could sing twice as well if I wore a torc and a chaplet.
"Loyal to the School" by Angela Brazil
Plucking a quantity of bright flowers, the girls bounded into the stream, and then commenced weaving never-ending wreaths and chaplets.
"Los Gringos" by H. A. (Henry Agustus) Wise
The poem was, in fact, a chaplet of short poem-beads.
"The Galaxy, May, 1877" by Various
First to weave for Earth a chaplet
To crown her dear old head;
And to beautify the pathway
Where winter still did tread.
"The Crocuses" by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Pleasures are there, like dropping balms,
And glory and honour with chaplets and palms,
And mind well at ease, and gladness, and health,
A river of peace, and a mine of wealth!
"The Song Of Sixteen" by Martin Farquhar Tupper
Oft stooping as she stray'd, she cull'd the pride
Of every plain; she pillaged every grove!
The fading chaplet daily she supplied,
And still her hand some various garland wove.
"Elegy XVI. He Suggests the Advantage of Birth To a Person of Merit" by William Shenstone
Though weeping virgins haunt his favour'd urn,
Renew their chaplets, and repeat their sighs;
Though near his tomb SabÃ¦an odours burn,
The loit'ring fragrance will it reach the skies?
"Elegy II. On Posthumous Reputation - To a Friend" by William Shenstone
No glittering chaplet brought from other lands!
As in his life, this man, in death, is ours;
His own loved prairies o'er his "gaunt, gnarled hands,"
Have fitly drawn their sheet of summer flowers!
"Abraham Lincoln" by Alice Cary
At the contact of her tread,
The mountain's festal head,
As with chaplets of white roses, seems to glow;
And its furrowed cheek grows white
With a feeling of delight,
At the presence of the Spirit of the Snow.
"The Spirit Of The Snow" by Denis Florence MacCarthy