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Use "tasselled" in a sentence
"Sotheby's two-day auction of sporting memorabilia concludes today with 335 lots on offer, ranging from such amiably humdrum jumble-sale tat as Mark Ilott's 1995 England touring cap (guide price £135) and a pair of Will Greenwood's white rugby shorts (£125), to "the oldest known international rugby cap ever to be offered at auction" (Foster-Cunliffe's tasselled 1874 England titfer, £3,750) and golf legend Walter Hagen's 1927 US PGA diamond-studded winner's gold medal (£50,000)."
"A tasselled lampshade and satin throws on the bed lend the room its boudoiry feel."
"Misfortune clung to the divorced father-of-five like chewing gum to a tasselled moccasin."