jeweled jeweled


  • (adj) covered with beads or jewels or sequins


  1. As her jeweled sari radiates ruby and amber across their faces, the woman smiles out at her audience, stifles a giggle and draws butterfly-wing lashes down over olive-green eyes.
  2. The Sky Father, Izanagi, stood upon the Rainbow Bridge to Earth and dipped his jeweled spear into the sea.
  3. At a recent Vatican Council session, he seriously suggested that his fellow bishops toss their jeweled episcopal rings, mitres and other symbols of office away.


  • Bling Makes the Bath

    Bathrooms are becoming jeweled treasures.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Forbes


  • When President Ford was roundly ridiculed for encouraging people to wear "WIN" buttons as part of a plan to "Whip Inflation Now," Hope said of President Ford's trip to Japan, "Hirohito gave the president a jeweled sword with a crest of the Imperial...
    on Dec 27, 2006 By: Bob Hope Source: Seattle Times

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