fleur-de-lysed love


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  • adjective Decorated with fleur-de-lys.


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From fleur-de-lys +‎ -ed.


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  • Knights of Portugal were indebted to the Cistercians for their rule and their habit -- a white mantle with a green fleur-de-lysed cross.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne 1840-1916 1913

  • Though, of course, every now and then I had wished I might see again the little old-fashioned fleur-de-lysed star which had been my mother's (my heart smote me for not feeling sufficiently how much _she_ would have suffered at my losing it).

    Hortus Vitae Essays on the Gardening of Life Vernon Lee 1895


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