Serene and peaceful our lives had been, every hour garlanded with love and every year festooned by the Hand Unseen.
The one most honored as the president of the meeting was crowned and garlanded.
He suffered himself to be wreathed and garlanded, until he was the picture of a sacrificial calf.
They are then led into the house, and garlanded with jasmine or Nerium flowers.
The town was garlanded, and there was not an English merchant or a Dutch burgher but wore his holiday dress.
I picked up one of the garlanded muslins and asked the price of it.
Within, the halls were blazing with light, and garlanded by tropic flowers.
On festive occasions these may have been garlanded with natural flowers.
These are brought in to Āttur, and one of them is selected, garlanded, and placed in the temple.
All the journey was like a triumphal way, garlanded with flowers.
"wreath of flowers," c.1300 (mid-13c. in Anglo-Latin), from Old French garlande, perhaps from Frankish *weron "adorn, bedeck" (cf. Middle High German wieren "adorn, bedeck"), from PIE *wei- "to turn, twist" (see wire).
early 15c., "to make a garland;" 1590s, "to crown with a garland," from garland (n.). Related: Garlanded; garlanding.