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sequin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
sequinse‧quin /ˈsiːkwɪn/ noun [countable]  DCa small shiny flat piece of metal, sewn onto clothes for decorationsequined, sequinned adjective
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sequinBlood and Uzis more than samba and sequins are their trademark today.Red satin shines and sequins glitter as Mitzi Gaynor dances across the screen.Mildred Fender was in sequins with large feather earrings and a ten-gallon hat.He came on, walking in the same direction as Rachaela, the dilute snow sparkling in his hat like sequins.The sunlight glimmered off these blades and when the sea breeze swept through they rippled like sequins on a party dress.Collect together sequins, tiny glass beads, tiny shells, bits of lace and braid and ribbon.But in their sport, they have to do it while wearing sequins, nose clips and smiling.She even tarted up the buckle with sequins and pinned feathers in her battered hat.
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