verb (used with object), tas·seled, tas·sel·ing or (especially British) tas·selled, tas·sel·ling.
verb (used without object), tas·seled, tas·sel·ing or (especially British) tas·selled, tas·sel·ling.
Origin of tassel
Examples from the Web for tassel
Molly, standing by the window knocking the tassel of the blind to and fro, was breathing quickly.Great Possessions|Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
Before the corn was in tassel, he had been laid beside Benny.Dust|Mr. and Mrs. Haldeman-Julius
She continued this with a certain sedateness and concentration until the tassel went beyond her reach and caught in the curtain.Children of the Desert|Louis Dodge
The Hessian boots with curved front and tassel at the top were still worn.Dress design|Talbot Hughes
When she admitted the tassel, his admiration became mixed with respect.The Street of Seven Stars|Mary Roberts Rinehart