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.
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Matt was placing tassels in the graduation boxes, and everything was perfectly laid out.The big lessons Andrew Stevenson learned from his little brother|Jesse Dougherty|March 12, 2021|Washington Post
She stared absently at the silk tassel, twirling it about her white fingers more and more rapidly.Dope|Sax Rohmer
Then, resuming his cape and Belgian cap, with its tassel over his forehead, he went out into the street again.The Amazing Interlude|Mary Roberts Rinehart
He wore a nightcap with a tassel, and for days never left his room, occasionally appearing in a faded peacock-blue dressing-gown.The Woman Gives|Owen Johnson
Cordelia was making the tassel for one corner, and Alma Lane one for another.
But Tilly only laughed, and Cordelia forgot her question with the last stitch she put into her tassel.