Beads [noun]

Definition of Beads:

string of small, often round, objects

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Sentence/Example of Beads:

Beads of perspiration gathered on my forehead as I slowly rose to my feet and faced Giles.

But Madame only set her teeth hard into her under lip, and Edna saw the sweat gather in beads on her white forehead.

His arms were growing heavy with fatigue, his mouth was parched, and great beads of perspiration stood upon his brow.

Little Maude was threading beads; and the two others, much younger, stood looking on—Reginald and Anne.

People were walking about in purple and gold togas; on the house-tops were pigeons whose throats shone like iridescent beads.

Dick Faversham wiped away the beads of perspiration that stood thick upon his forehead.

Bending under sacks or toiling behind barrows, they soon get hot, and the sweat comes out in beads.

Beads of perspiration ran down his little bronze face, yet still he stirred.

Take blankets and beads to the Wyandots and watch them hang up white wampum.

Among the strings was a strip some seven or eight rows in width and two hundred beads long.