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Synonyms for breastpin

a decorative pin worn by women


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Lansing, let me make you acquainted with Count Vogelstein," she went on, presenting to her fellow-passenger the wearer of the straw hat and the breastpin, who shook hands with the young German as if he had never seen him before.
"Sally was in high feather at the success of her exploit, and danced about like an elf, as she put her night-gown on over her frock, braided her hair in funny little tails all over her head, and fastened the great red pin-cushion on her bosom for a breastpin in honor of the feast.
None of these things did we find, but we did discover an old brass breastpin, whose probable glass stone was gone.
Black silk hat, smoothly brushed, sitting precisely upon the top of his head, hair well oiled, and lying closely to his skin, long in front, short behind, cravat a-la sailor, with the shirt collar turned over it, vest of fancy silk, large flowers, black frock coat, no jewelry, except in a few instances, where the insignia of the engine company to which the wearer belongs, as a breastpin, black pants, one or two years behind the fashion, heavy boots, and a cigar about half smoked in the left corner of the mouth, as nearly perpendicular as it is possible to be got.
Mollie the unconquerable, who used to parade with a large Beauregard breastpin, and who sang "Maryland, My Maryland" with so much pathos, was married some four months ago to a Federal with one bar on his shoulder.
"Base-ball bats, crossed with a gilt ball at the juncture, were favorite breastpins" (79).
The moons (round shells 7-15 mm in diameter cut from the lips of whelk shells) were very popular and were worn mostly as we wear breastpins; the wealthy chief had a full set, while the poor brave had only two or three of the smaller size, while even single ones were worn."