gallooned


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gal·loon

 (gə-lo͞on′)
n.
A narrow band or braid used as trimming and commonly made of lace, metallic thread, or embroidery.

[French galon, from Old French galonner, to decorate the hair with ribbons.]

gal·looned′ adj.
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(26) A gentleman in a gallooned waistcoat, his left knee supported by a cushion--next to which one observes the customary container of clay pellets--stands on the prow of a gondola-like barge, and draws his bow.