Definitions

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  • adjective Wearing a bracelet or bracelets.

Etymologies

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bracelet +‎ -ed

Examples

  • Sunlight sparkles in the central fountain, its edges braceleted by round, emerald bushes.

    Katherine Gustafson: A Serene Space at Smithsonian's Center

  • Sunlight sparkles in the central fountain, its edges braceleted by round, emerald bushes.

    Katherine Gustafson: A Serene Space at Smithsonian's Center

  • She knelt, braceleted, hooded, in the narrow space betw4en the two bunks, facing the door.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • In a few moments the Brigella, her small wrists braceleted behind her, had taken her way from the area, eagerly heeling, almost running to keep up with him, her new owner, a stalwart, broad-shouldered, blond-haired fellow.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • I then conducted her, gagged and hooded, leashed and braceleted, back to the main levels of the palace.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • Speaking of messengers--what with Lance fallen no pun intended on hard times, his next cause should be to return the messengers to golden-braceleted hipsterdom by taking up a career as the only TDF winner to try to deliver a memo faster than the Interweb.

    The Way We Were: The Future's So "Meh" I Gotta Wear Pom Poms

  • The fan of Madame Devalier suddenly paused, as if her swollen, braceleted wrist had imagined it had heard the quitting whistle, then, poorer of some hopes but freer of some illusions, it resumed its hammering.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • There is a place right here on the corner, she said in perfect Italian, swinging a braceleted arm, but I would recommend the Hotel Steffani, which is a short walk down the street.

    The Italian Summer

  • There is a place right here on the corner, she said in perfect Italian, swinging a braceleted arm, but I would recommend the Hotel Steffani, which is a short walk down the street.

    The Italian Summer

  • There is a place right here on the corner, she said in perfect Italian, swinging a braceleted arm, but I would recommend the Hotel Steffani, which is a short walk down the street.

    The Italian Summer

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