Sign up to make the most of YourDictionary
By signing in, you agree to our Terms and Conditions
We'll see you in your inbox soon.
French étincelle (“spark"), from Old French estincelle, from Latin scintilla; compare scintillate, stencil.
Middle English tineseile from Old French estincelle spangle, spark stencil
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
In those early years of the Christmas tree tradition, most commercial ornaments were made in Germany, as was silver tinsel and lights.
Or put tinsel in your hair and go with the flow?
Angels, or course, wear white and have wings and halos, which can be purchased or made of wire and gold tinsel.
Well you need to be prepared Maybe it needs some tinsel?
Also, it would be a good idea to place your ornaments, tinsel and other tree decorations out of your cat's reach.
Find similar words to tinsel using the buttons