One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘After we left, the newlyweds would slip off to an historic San Antonio hotel, carrying a ribboned picnic basket of champagne and pate and Brie and baguettes.’
- ‘It is topped with candied hazelnuts and whole roast almonds, and is beautifully presented in a ribboned package, so it looks very festive, too.’
- ‘Maggie dashed off and quickly returned with a ribboned box.’
- ‘He yanked it aside, and thrust the snowball onto her white neck, above the ribboned collar of her flannel nightshirt.’
- ‘In another, a woman forces herself to throw a ribboned bundle of letters into a fire.’
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