[ UK /d‍ʒˈuːələɹi/ ]
  1. an adornment (as a bracelet or ring or necklace) made of precious metals and set with gems (or imitation gems)
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How To Use jewellery In A Sentence

  • For an evening look, simply add glitzy heels, a blinging clutch and statement jewellery. The Sun
  • As well as knitwear, accessories, bags and jewellery in the womenswear department, the store also offers lingerie and sleepwear to suit all mums.
  • It has lockable drawers, leather-lined jewellery trays and a cheval mirror. Times, Sunday Times
  • The inner surface can be scraped off, sliced thin and used as an inlay for jewellery items.
  • To them, we suggest trying a shade close to charcoal, in a soft fabric such as organza, voile or chiffon, and accessorising it with some striking white jewellery.
  • Silver is still desirable, but other metallics and copper tones in costume jewellery are making inroads.
  • Apart from the music there were stalls selling items from jewellery to stone ornaments for the garden, with products coming from all over the world.
  • The unclaimed jewellery was part of the estimated £60m haul taken from the Knightsbridge Security deposit box robbery in 1987.
  • I wear special ritual jewellery but there's no time to cleanse and consecrate your stuff. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
  • The last time I had been here was to bring a watch from the shop up to the jewellery workshops for repair.
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