Part of speech: noun

A wreath as a token of victory or honor.

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Usage examples "garland":

  1. In another, called the " garland," the dancers wind in and out under their clasped hands in imitation of the weaving of a wreath of flowers. - "Norwegian Life", Ethlyn T. Clough.
  2. 347. " For thou the garland wearst successively." - "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.
  3. There in gardens of bliss the weary repose; There the pale, sickly cheek wears the hue of the rose; There death never comes,- Oh, amid its bright bowers, May we twine for each other a garland of flowers! - "Canadian Wild Flowers", Helen M. Johnson.