The humming of the harps ceased and the chaplet of iron that bound her brow relaxed.
He twisted the chaplet so that the beads bit deeply into his fingers.
The baroness came to this ancient tree, and hung her chaplet on a mutilated limb called the "knights' bough."
The poles were pranked with nosegays, and a chaplet was hung round the horns of every ox.
In the meantime the Princess Periezade, several times a day after her brother's departure, counted her chaplet.
She had been sitting on the ground weaving a chaplet of beech leaves.
Among the ancients it was customary to crown newly-married persons with a chaplet of red and white Roses.
In her right hand she holds a sword, and in her left a chaplet.
But, above all things, forget not that chaplet; it has been blessed by the gods of night.
I am here to-night, bearing the chaplet of Honor, the award of Fame.