Examples of lapel in a Sentence
He wore a carnation in his lapel.
Recent Examples of lapel from the Web
Iro's Fall 2014 lookbook image inspired a styling idea—why not take one of those oversize jackets, fold in the lapel, and belt it with a skinny belt to lend some shape?
He was dressed as always — winter or summer — in a black three-piece suit, a shirt with cufflinks, a spider brooch on his lapel, and a large, floppy tie called a lavallière (today’s version in purple).
Buttons worn on lapels in Bratislava feature a snapshot of the couple.
All Vietnam-era veterans will receive commemorative lapel pins.
Carl Nett made the threat on Twitter on Tuesday after Rep. John Yarmuth, who represents the Louisville, Ky., area, boasted about his F rating from the National Rifle Association, and posted a picture of himself showing an F pin on his lapel.
Inarritu was sporting a pin on his lapel Sunday to support immigrants.
Kroese, of Loves Park, Ill., will talk about his upcoming book chronicling his visits and his collection of 238 Find Your Park lapel pins will be on display through April.
So is Dennard with her lapel pin and that red folding chair.
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LAPEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lapel for English Language Learners
: either one of the two folds of fabric that are below the collar on the front of a coat or jacket
LAPEL Defined for Kids
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