from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A precious or semiprecious stone that may be used as a jewel when cut and polished.
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- n. a gem, usually made of minerals.
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- n. a crystalline rock that can be cut and polished for jewelry
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This gemstone is believed to enhance self-esteem, develop the ability to love and hasten spiritual growth.
Last September I purchased these cute glass tea cups in gemstone colors for less than $5 each.
Bella’s favorite gemstone is topaz because it reminds her of Edward’s eye color.
Surrounding the gemstone is a luscious mother of pearl: blue surrounding the opal, green surrounding malachite, and yellow mother of pearl enwrapping the tiger eye.
Moissanite, a gemstone is a new category of jewels with fire, lustre and brilliance better than diamonds.
Amber was known as the gemstone of kings and queens.
A gemstone is a breathtaking sight that in some mysterious way to capture our imagination and causes a gasp of admiration.
By definition, a gemstone is a mineral or stone suitable for use in jewelry after having been cut and polished.
A gemstone is a precious or semi-precious stone used for jewelry.
Tanzanite One is the biggest miner of the blue-violet gemstone, which is found only in the east African nation of Tanzania.
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