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Definition of "laurelled" [laurelled]

  • Crowned with laurel, or with a laurel wreath; laureate (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "laurelled" in a sentence
  • "But now that the 80-year-old Mr. Eastwood has become a kind of grey panther of American auteurs, prolific and frequently laurelled, he's approaching the infinite with a new regard."
  • "M. Paul Emanuel (it was he) returned from Rome, and now a travelled man, was not likely to be less tolerant of insubordination now, than before this added distinction laurelled his temples."
  • "I have no doubt that Dwight Eisenhower will be laurelled with the Presidency any time he wants it, on either ticket."
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