verb (used with object), lau·reled, lau·rel·ing or (especially British) lau·relled, lau·rel·ling.
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Idioms for laurel
Origin of laurel
OTHER WORDS FROM laurelun·lau·reled, adjectiveun·lau·relled, adjective
Words nearby laurel
Example sentences from the Web for laurelled
On the return of the Victorians from Sydney, a reporter for the Herald designated them 'the laurelled warriors.'The Magnificent Montez|Horace Wyndham
But the house stood isolated, and outside the laurelled forests and porous cliffs soaked up the dissonance as a blotter soaks ink.The Roof Tree|Charles Neville Buck
A very clever etching of a winged and laurelled Death playing on the bagpipe and making his appearance to an old couple at table.The Dance of Death|Francis Douce
He was buried at the expense of the state in Sta Croce, where his laurelled statue is still to be seen.
These tidings we that sat upon the laurelled car had it for our privilege to publish amongst all nations.The English Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc|Thomas de Quincey
British Dictionary definitions for laurelled
verb -rels, -relling or -relled or US -rels, -reling or -reled
Word Origin for laurel
Idioms and Phrases with laurelled
see look to one's laurels; rest on one's laurels.