Origin of sequin
OTHER WORDS FROM sequinsequined, adjective
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How to use sequin in a sentence
Watch video ➜To try to fill the hole in their budget, Bautista did piecework, embroidering and sewing sequins on dresses.Postcard From Thermal: Surviving the Climate Gap in Eastern Coachella Valley|by Elizabeth Weil and Mauricio Rodríguez Pons|August 17, 2021|ProPublica
In the final show of her casino residency, glittering in her trademark sequin suit, she walks to center stage.‘Hacks’ delivers what audiences didn’t know they needed: Jean Smart in a starring role|Ashley Fetters|June 11, 2021|Washington Post
Ruffles and feathers and sequins are not inherently feminine.Why the tailored suit — not ruffles and lace — became synonymous with power|Robin Givhan|May 21, 2021|Washington Post
She was inspired to whip out her wedding reception dress after stumbling upon a tweet of someone wearing a full-length sequin gown to a vaccine appointment in February, because getting vaccinated is the “EVENT OF MY YEAR,” the post said.
Oh, and the protagonist in the sequin dress is actually a boy.‘The Avenue’ Star Gregory Gorgeous: Trapped in the YouTube Closet?|Adam Auriemma|January 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“Everyone is wearing simple, clean things—very toned-down, nothing shiny or sequin-y,” said Norma.
The lure of the sequin propelled her into show-business and a starring role in the legendary Pearl Box Review.
All my predecessors had been paid this sequin by Frenchmen and others without distinction.
For each of these passports a sequin was paid to the secretary who made it out and countersigned it.
By a just retribution, M. Formeville is one of the literary men to whom Sequin refused to point out his original authorities.
He had made his last salaam, he had gained his last sequin, he had played his last trick, he had told his last lie.Tales from Blackwood|Various
The Genoese dropped a sequin into the hand of the officer, passing him, at the same time, on his way to the waterside.The Headsman|James Fenimore Cooper