To save this word, you'll need to log in. She tied a ribbon around the present. The present was tied with ribbon. The soldier proudly wore his ribbons and medals. Her pie won a ribbon at the county fair. Verb over the years the historic flag had become badly ribboned by the wind See More Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Rather than the typical fanfare that comes with a new store opening, staff will host a small ribbon -cutting ceremony in the morning before welcoming shoppers inside at 8 a. Melting cheese, somewhere between brie and Swiss, cascaded onto the rounds of salami, ribboned in buttery waves. Fox, BostonGlobe.
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To save this word, you'll need to log in. Accessed 4 Aug. More from Merriam-Webster on ribboned Nglish: Translation of ribboned for Spanish Speakers Comments on ribboned What made you want to look up ribboned? Please tell us where you read or heard it including the quote, if possible.
Toggle nav. Ribboned; p. Reclad in his own faintly damp shirt and the ribboned silk doublet first chosen to mingle in Jaelot, Arithon looked displaced, the nonchalant elegance of his dress at sharp odds with the predatory, lean face of the fugitive. The layers were ribboned with ancient striations, where eons of fire and sediment had birthed their early formation. Waves unraveled their white-lace petticoats against ribboned sand, glistening like old, tarnished silver. And now, if I do but step into the parlour, I can see her once more, with over eighty years of saintly life behind her, silver-haired, placid-faced, with her dainty ribboned cap, her gold-rimmed glasses, and her woolly shawl with the blue border.
And I don't mean my good friend Satan. Before the cap inresidents sometimes worked hours per week. I do feel some of the pressure lifting off me in that I can start doing things for myself.