Aigrette [noun]

Definition of Aigrette:

topknot on head of animal

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Sentence/Example of Aigrette:

She wore a rather severe evening gown of black net, and in her gray hair was a quivering black aigrette.

A diamond aigrette sparkled on her head, but her beautiful white throat was bare of ornaments.

Dark phase, Head and neck rufous; back slate; about 30 "aigrette" plumes.

"Aigrette" plumes, short, dirty gray; rump and belly white; legs blackish.

White, about 50 straight "aigrette" plumes grow from the back between the wings; legs and feet black.

White, about 50 recurved "aigrette" plumes grow from back between the wings; legs black, feet yellow.

Her attendants had no aigrette, and their feathered draperies were of sober brown.

There was a smothered laugh; and when the light flared up again, the aigrette in her copper-beech hair was all askew.

To complete the whole, there lay on the top a cap, with a heron's plume fastened by an aigrette of gold.

She had shaken hands with him and received her costume which was an aigrette and a peacock-feather fan.