[ US /ˌdaɪəˈmɑnti/ ]
- fabric covered with glittering ornaments such as sequins or rhinestones
- adornment consisting of a small piece of shiny material used to decorate clothing
How To Use diamante In A Sentence
- More than 50 others pitched story ideas during the weekend to a Harlequin editor from Toronto, and to a publisher from Arizona, who wore a diamanté brooch spelling out ‘Book Lover’ on her lapel.
- Great granite cliffs reared up majestically all around us, the foreboding grey offset by sparkling ribbons of water showering diamante spray.
- They supplied buttons for all of Madonna's costumes in Evita, including special diamanté and pre-war mother-of-pearl buttons.
- A diamanté brooch flashes on her coat. Times, Sunday Times
- Sinéad was given away by her father Tommy and looked radiant in a white silk skirt and bodice with diamanté detail and full length veil.
- The bride wore an ivory gown with a fitted diamanté detailed bodice, a full skirt and train, waist-length veil and diamante tiara.
- Juliet Dunn is another designer who has sharpened up the caftan by using diamanté or sequins alongside the expected swirls of embroidery.
- Just look at the Janet Reger G-string with a Swarovski diamanté back that comes with the ‘Bling Called Love’ package at Conrad London, in Chelsea Harbour.
- An odd mix of waistcoat and straightjacket up top, with some kind of diamante augmentation around the neck, the whole combo topped off with a wide brimmed black hat. Expecting Rain
- We can shape it into a heart, if you like, or we can apply diamanté round the edges.