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  • n. Plural form of cabochon.

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Examples

  • A sketch of Dietrich in a slim gold dress, with red and green cabochons, accompanied by a still photograph of her wearing the gown in the Paramount film "Angel" 1937, is expected to fetch £5,000-£7,000.

    Memorabilia Mania

  • At the Marc Jacobs show, it came as plastic cabochons on a ponyskin sweater and as rubberised dots on taut pencil skirts.

    Coming round to the idea of polka dots

  • Silver candleholders and tureens studded with malachite cabochons sit atop polished ebony sideboards.

    An Enchanted House Becomes a Family's Curse

  • The man, whose hair lay in little curls around his brow, who many have been in his late teens or very early twenties, brought her water in a golden cup whose thick stem was embedded with ruby cabochons.

    One Thousand Incarnations and One Thousand Deaths - Part I

  • I looked down, of course, to see my familiar chain wearing a heavily ornate cross studded with cabochons of the same intense color as—strike me, lightning!

    Silver Zombie

  • Idalia had no interest in playing gan, today or any other day'the rules were very simple, but the game itself took an Elven lifetime to learn to play well-but there were 144 counters to a gan set, small round cabochons of polished agate no bigger than her thumbnail, and she needed them for what she was about to do.

    Tran Siberian

  • He wore a yellow vest studded with blue cabochons and held together across the chest with blue laces.

    A Corridor in the Asylum

  • I told her I want pink one with some sweets and desserts cabochons.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Diane uses cabochons, but I did not have one that looked good with the image I used.

    MK's Creative Musings

  • Made of massive gold, the necklace sat flat like a narrow collar, and was rich with flawless turquoise cabochons.

    Antony and Cleopatra

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