Recent Examples of scepter from the Web
Wiley, whose signature style is to elevate his subjects by putting them in elaborate settings, tried to get the president to sit with scepters, thrones, and robes—even mounted on a horse.
And so his initial impulse maybe in the work was to also elevate me and put me in these settings with partridges and scepters, and thrones and chifforobes and mounting me on horses.
Tommy Cain of Dynasty Collection, who designed the king's crown and scepter, recreated Parker's crown in the center of the train.
Squires' traditional crown, scepter and mantle completed the regal ensemble.
But the Son of God wasn't waving his scepter from the manger.
Erdem Moralioglu’s regal collection was inspired by Queen Elizabeth II’s wardrobe, minus the crown and scepter.
In the church just across the courtyard, down some steep stone steps, there were bodies that could teach the children more than any scepter.
Doe was laid to rest in a white costume with a silver crown and scepter; more than 5,000 people came to pay their respects.
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Definition of scepter for English Language Learners
: a long decorated stick that is carried by a king or queen
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