beribboned

beribboned

(bɪˈrɪbənd)
adj
adorned with ribbons
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be•rib•boned

(bɪˈrɪb ənd)

adj.
adorned with ribbons.
[1825–35]
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Translations

beribboned

adjmit Bändern geschmückt, bebändert; generalmit Ordensbändern geschmückt
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References in classic literature ?
Ye would not believe how charmingly they sat there, when they did not dance, profound, but without thoughts, like little secrets, like beribboned riddles, like dessert-nuts--
Her children were living and married and happy, but she had given up her home, sold it--the pretty place with the hospitable yard that used to seem to be fairly spilling over with wholesome, boisterous boys and chatty, beribboned little girls.
Archer connected it in his mind with a little house beyond Lexington Avenue in which beribboned window curtains and flower-boxes had recently appeared, and before whose newly painted door the canary-coloured brougham of Miss Fanny Ring was frequently seen to wait.
From her shoulders hung a broad straw hat profusely decorated with flowers and wonderfully beribboned in the fashion of the time.
Then, while those so chosen ran leaping, full of joy, to arm themselves with bow and shaft and broadsword, Robin Hood stepped aside into the covert, and there donned a gay, beribboned coat such as might have been worn by some strolling minstrel, and slung a harp across his shoulder, the better to carry out that part.
He bore about the same relation to his tall, good-looking wife, with her balloon sleeves, abundant mantle, and a large befeathered and beribboned bonnet, as a small fishing-smack bears to a brig with all its sails spread.
She talks me through some of the books En Tipis have published, many of them monsters like Lakis Anastassiades' 900-page history of local doctors, or a glossy tome called Icons of Cyprus with full-colour icons on every page, or Ginaikon Vimata ('Women's Steps') about pre-modern female visitors to the island, sold in a beribboned, limited-edition cardboard box craftily designed (by herself) to approximate the notebooks carried by those old women travellers.
Waterford' s beribboned, silver-plated stag ornament comes with a diamond-shaped glass bead and silver dated hanging tag, ready for gifting.
Unabashed Mahirap Magmahal ng Syota ng Iba, resurrected the ghosts of loves past, of perfumed love letters surreptitiously slipped in notebooks, glittered birthday and valentine cards mailed to the school office (not to our homes as our parents may intercept them), beribboned cattleyas pinned by a white gloved cadet in the lapel of his corps sponsor.
Noting the children's damp hair, the boy's blond helmet neatly parted and combed, the girl's wet tendrils clinging to her neck beneath a beribboned ponytail, I pegged them as Middle American tourists, fresh from their morning showers at a nearby B&B.
She winked, then lifted from her purse a small, beribboned hand rake, the kind a child would play with on the beach.
Beribboned rather than trussed, one pulls a wagon, a second sits in a baby carriage, while a pair of them takes a stroll in the company of Lady Liberty.