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- adj. set with jewels
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See jeweled, etc.
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- adj. covered with beads or jewels or sequins
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a fairy pile; the sun, flung backward from innumerable facets, clothed it in jewelled splendor.
She was crowned with a little silver diadem sparking with stones, and her shining fair hair was pulled back and rolled into some kind of jewelled net behind her head.
She bids her worshipper travel down each red and yellow ray, bathe in its hues, and return to her "jewelled," but not smirched; and each time he returns, not jewelled, but smirched; always to appear monstrous in her sight; always to be dismissed with the same sad smile: so pitying that it promises love, so fixed that it bars its possibility.
A new Premium Pack for the four-door Flying Spur is available as a cost option and includes beautiful veneered picnic tables with vanity mirrors, a Mulliner 'jewelled' alloy fuel filler cap and chrome inlay strips to the door waistrails.
As well as "jewelled" headlamps with LED daytime-running lights, a more upright radiator grille and the new "double horseshoe" rear profile first shown on the flagship Bentley
While Lagerfeld's design aesthetic was woven into the whole show, there were also wry motifs which reflected his own dress sense, such as jewelled silver gloves and a silk evening dress incorporating a high white shirt collar and wide black tie.
While Lagerfeld's design aesthetic was woven into the whole show, there were also wry motifs that reflected his own dress sense, such as jewelled silver gloves.
Then followed cleanly tailored shift dresses with a '60s feel in pistachio, baby pink, acid yellow and pale peach, while details such as jewelled collars added glamour.
There is no sweeter time to see England's woodland than now, in these warming days of spring, the pathways scented under dappled sunlight, the earth jewelled with yellows, blues and purples.
Toreadors strut in jewelled bolero jackets; street dancers whirl and stamp; smouldering-eyed Gypsies swoop into impossible back-bends.