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- adj. Alternative spelling of jewelled.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. covered with beads or jewels or sequins.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Fitted or provided with jewels; having pivot-holes of garnet, chrysolite, ruby, or other jewel: as, a watch jeweled in nine holes; a watch jeweled in fifteen holes is said to be full-jeweled.
- Decked or adorned with or as with jewels.
- Decorated with small drops or bosses of colored glass or enamel in imitation of jewels: said of glassware or porcelain: as, jeweled Sèvres.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. covered with beads or jewels or sequins
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Decked out in jeweled leather Lakers jackets, Shaunie O'Neal and Monique Payton, joined by their cheerleader, forward Bryon Russell's wife, Kim, recently sat down with USA TODAY at a restaurant in Sherman Oaks to discuss a turbulent season in which the "Big Four's" spouses have bonded perhaps tighter than their husbands.
In the old days, they arrived in jeweled carriages to the sound of trumpets.
Barberries are much used in Persian cooking, where they provide the tart rubies in a dish called jeweled rice.
Everything is genuine and costly, as becomes the gifts of a king, though it must be admitted that certain of the royal offerings which are ranged at the foot of the shrine, such as jeweled French clocks, figurines of Sèvres and Dresden porcelain, and a large marble statue of a Roman goddess, are of doubtful appropriateness.
Some of unique venders include Gift Baskets Lubbock, which sells gift items such as jeweled crosses;
He was doused with cologne and festooned with enormous jeweled rings, and drove a massive white Cadillac.
A Gown's Odyssey We dropped off a strapless, silk wedding gown with jeweled silk flowers worn at an outdoor wedding in Florida at Jerri's Uptown Cleaners, which was the closest authorized dealer of the Wedding Gown Preservation Co., according to its website.
While Ms. Gonzalez tends to leave flashier clutches with metallic or jeweled detailing for evening, she sometimes likes pieces with glazed exotic skins, as the slight sheen adds panache.
She flounced away toward the back of the store in a swirl of pink glitter, followed by what appeared to be a cluster of chipmunks, jeweled beetles, and one very confused baby seal.
It wore a jeweled silver collar and what looked like a blue topaz shining from its throat.
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