jeweled

ADJECTIVE
  1. covered with beads or jewels or sequins
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How To Use jeweled In A Sentence

  • The bejewelled visitor to the Metropolitan Opera, facing a bank of paparazzi at the entrance.
  • The camera captures Rico's observant nature as he gazes in envy at a mob leader's jeweled cravat, diamond pinky ring, and stock of fine cigars.
  • The designer said he has no plans to sell the tiara, and now wants to create a jeweled hair clip for his beloved canine.
  • In others, such as Alessandro Allori's image of a magnificently dressed and bejeweled, strong-minded young woman c. 1580s, the name of the subject is unknown, while in still others, such as Jusepe de Ribera's imaginary portrait of an ancient philosopher or Lucas Cranach the Elder's modishly attired 16th-century Saxon charmer, we are given an ideal or a general type, rather than a specific individual. See Their Worlds in Their Faces
  • Their exquisitely bejeweled faces appear in oil paintings at performance halls across India. Top 5 must-sees at the Kennedy Center's Maximum India festival
  • But the design of the interior surfaces and the positioning of the seats aren't just pretty to look at: they're precision-made to provide acoustics so rich and insulated that George Tsontakis's delicate new piece, for instance, played by musicians positioned throughout the hall, enveloped us in as much silence as the jeweled notes of the strings, winds and percussion. Alex Pasternack: New York's New Alice Tully Hall: A Harmonic Renovation
  • For dressier occasions there were jewelled lace-up boots and velvet smocks. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was picking out pieces of limestone with a golden, jeweled dagger when she heard a deep, dangerous voice.
  • A golden torque encircled his neck, tawdry-jeweled rings his fingers, a spiral of herpetoid skin the left arm. The Day of Their Return
  • And the long, jewelled box containing the rod, without roses or leaves, that was the wand of his kingship.
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