American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that makes, repairs, or deals in jewelry.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who makes or deals in jewels and ornaments of precious metal.
- n. A person whose job is making, repairing or selling jewelry.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who makes, or deals in, jewels, precious stones, and similar ornaments.
- n. someone in the business of selling jewelry
- n. someone who makes jewelry
- From Anglo-Norman jueler, or Old French juelier (Wiktionary)
“As Hastreiter — who introduced Muehling and Freeman 25 years ago, and to whom they each dedicate this book — explained to me, Muehling says his work as a jeweler is animated by “the idea of seeing a woman walk down the street, taking in the way she strides, and then noticing something catch and reflect a little sparkle of light as it naturally dangles from her ear and frames her face.””
“If we find that a jeweler is cheating, whom can we approach for justice?”
“Say that a jeweler is selling manufactured diamonds as natural diamonds.”
“Buried in jeweler's cotton she found a gold linked bracelet that fastened with a padlock in the shape of a heart.”
“One man came along and showed me what he wanted from a big brand-name jeweler.”
“In the first place, Antico told the agents, the jeweler was a friend who would give him anything Tico asked him for.”
“For "Everyman," he interviewed a Dominican jeweler on Broadway and called another jeweler in Chicago.”
“It came out in testimony, in fact, that the only people that called the jeweler were Sharon Rocha and the police.”
“Now Scott Peterson never called the jeweler after her disappearance asking about the whereabouts of those diamonds, trying to get them back, trying to sell them.”
“(The jeweler is the next to speak but he must not do so until the question is answered.) "I went to get a bracelet for Mrs. Butcher.”
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