Tassel

The staminate or male inflorescence produced at the top of the maize plant.
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Tassel

Decorative ornament on a falconer's glove
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Tassel

A tassel is a finishing feature in fabric decoration. It is a universal ornament that is seen in varying versions in many cultures around the globe. ==Etymology== The word `tassel` comes from the Latin `tassau`, which refers to a clasp (as for the neck of a garment). ==History and use== In the West, tassels were originally a series of windings...
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Tassel

Male peregrine, also known historically as tassel-gentle (see also tiercel-gentle)
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Tassel

• (n.) A kind of bur used in dressing cloth; a teasel. • (v. i.) To put forth a tassel or flower; as, maize tassels. • (v. t.) To adorn with tassels. • (n.) A narrow silk ribbon, or the like, sewed to a book to be put between the leaves. • (n.) A pendent ornament, attached to the corners of cushions, to curtains, and the li...
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tassel

<veterinary> A male hawk. See Tercel. ... 1. A pendent ornament, attached to the corners of cushions, to curtains, and the like, ending in a tuft of loose threads or cords. ... 2. The flower or head of some plants, especially. When pendent. 'And the maize field grew and ripened, Till it stood in all the splendor Of its garments green and yell...
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tassel

noun adornment consisting of a bunch of cords fastened at one end
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tassel

[Noun] Plural form: tassles. A bunch of hanging threads used for decoration.
Example: There were large tassels on the bottom of the curtains.
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Tassel

Tas'sel intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Tasseled or Tasselled ; present participle & verbal noun Tasseling or Tasselling .] To put forth a tassel or flower; as, maize tassels .
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Tassel

Tas'sel noun (Falconry) A male hawk. See Tercel .
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Tassel

Tas'sel transitive verb To adorn with tassels. Chaucer.
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Tassel

A tassel is a tuft of loosely hanging threads or cords designed as an ornament for a cushion, cap or other object.
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tassel

adornment consisting of a bunch of cords fastened at one end
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tassel

bunch of threads 
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Tassel

In architecture, a tassel is a piece of board that is laid upon a wall as a sort of plate, to give a level surface to the ends of floor timbers.
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Tassel

Tassel is slang for the penis.
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Tassel

Tassels come in all sizes, shapes and forms. A hanging ornament consisting of a head and a skirt of cut yarn, looped yarns, or bullion fringe.
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Tassel

The structure at the tip of the corn plant, which is the male flower.
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tassel

[n] - adornment consisting of a bunch of cords fastened at one end
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