bejewelled bejewelled


  • (v) adorn or decorate with precious stones


  1. The fingernail of the bejewelled person shown snorting cocaine was bitten to the quick.
  2. Prancing, sleek horses drew gleaming broughams and victorias to the doors, porters ushered bejewelled ladies and distinguished gentlemen into the labyrinthine lobby.
  3. The room has also been designed to be viewed from outside, and at night Utzon's 14-m tapestry, inspired by Bach's Hamburg Symphonies, reads like a bejewelled sheet of music.


  • Gemma Arterton bejewelled at Dior

    Posted in Fashion / Celebrity fashion / Fashion blog / Fashion pictures / Paris fashion week Haute Couture fashion week is like ready-to-wear – only with added celebrity power. At the Dior show this week, one-time Bond girl Gemma Arterton opted for a bouncy, 1960s infused hairstyle and bejewelled ear cuff to go with her classic black outfit. Article continues . To read it in full visit ' Gemma ...
    on July 6, 2013     Source: StyleBistro


  • "The topis were mostly in pure gold or silver, bejewelled with Swarovski crystals, and then the features. Each crown took almost tw o months to finish. That was the toughest cookie to crack," Anna says.
    on Aug 8, 2007 By: Anna Singh Source: Hindu

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