Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Covered or ornamented with diamonds.

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Examples

  • Among the philistines he excoriated were a bevy of “bediamonded women” he had once encountered in a Fifth Avenue drawing room.

    The Five of Hearts

  • Among the philistines he excoriated were a bevy of “bediamonded women” he had once encountered in a Fifth Avenue drawing room.

    The Five of Hearts

  • She had his coat and bediamonded linen in her hands, and she clutched the

    Ainslee's, Vol. 15, No. 5, June 1905

  • One morning Missy awoke to a dawn of mildest sifted light and bediamonded dew upon the grass; soft plumes of silver, through the mist, seemed to trim the vines of the summerhouse and made her catch her breath in ecstasy.

    Missy

  • At least she was not the last, for in front of the mirror stood a portly, bediamonded dame, gazing intently into the glass and putting the last touches to her toilet with stolid equanimity.

    Flint His Faults, His Friendships and His Fortunes

  • And when a door opens and a bediamonded Lady moves to her motor over carpets unrolled by powdered footmen, I can easily think her some great Courtezan, or some half-believed Duchess, hurrying to card-tables and lit candles and strange scenes of joy.

    Trivia

  • There was a group of three or four cheery, buxom, much-bediamonded, much-massaged women, whose occasionally appearing husbands were sleek and overdressed.

    The Job An American Novel

  • In front a continuous stream of hansoms and four-wheelers were rattling up, discharging their cargoes of shirt-fronted men and beshawled, bediamonded women.

    The Sign of Four

  • At this an interested group gathered around Mrs. Tuttle, who, affable and indulgent, attempted by coaxings and flirtings of a fat bediamonded finger to show Romeo off, but the pampered bird saw further opportunity to offend.

    The Best Short Stories of 1917 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story

  • Presently the cart-ruts disappeared in fine grass all bediamonded, knobbed with heather, sprouting rusty-red, and sprinkled with tussocks of coarser grass, whereon green blades sprang up above the dead ones, where they struggled, matted and bleached and sere.

    Lying Prophets

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