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also jew·el·ler  (jo͞o′ə-lər)
One that makes, repairs, or deals in jewelry.


(ˈdʒu ə lər)

a person who designs, makes, sells, or repairs jewelry, watches, etc.
Also, esp. Brit.,jew′el•ler.
[1300–50; Middle English jueler < Anglo-French jueler, Middle French juelier. See jewel, -er2]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.jeweler - someone who makes jewelryjeweler - someone who makes jewelry    
goldsmith, goldworker, gold-worker - an artisan who makes jewelry and other objects out of gold
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
silversmith, silverworker, silver-worker - someone who makes or repairs articles of silver
2.jeweler - someone in the business of selling jewelry
merchandiser, merchant - a businessperson engaged in retail trade
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جَوَاهِرْجِيٌّ klenotník juveler Juwelier κοσμηματοπώλης joyero kultaseppä bijoutier draguljar orefice 宝石商 보석상 juwelier gullsmed jubiler joalheiro ювелир juvelerare คนขายซื้อและซ่อมเครื่องเพชรพลอย kuyumcu thợ kim hoàn 珠宝商
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One of them, a slender young man with white hands, the son of a jeweler in Winesburg, talked continually of virginity.
But although the jeweler had been mentioned first, it was the secretary who first made his appearance.
If these belonged to me instead of to the jeweler, I'd ram them down your ungrateful throat.
And this is not all; for the servants and panders of the parasites are also parasites, the milliners and the jewelers and the lackeys have also to be supported by the useful members of the community.
Maniera and his lady, the jewelers in the Rue Mogador, were sitting in the front of the box, with their great friend, M.
The Sultan was pleased, and sent for the best jewelers in the city.
We were informed that inasmuch as most people are not able to tell false gold from the genuine article, the government compels jewelers to have their gold work assayed and stamped officially according to its fineness and their imitation work duly labeled with the sign of its falsity.
Likewise there were jewelers who made ornaments for the person, which pleased and beautified the people, and these ornaments also were free to those who asked for them.
Ozma's first act was to oblige the Army of Revolt to return to her every emerald or other gem stolen from the public streets and buildings; and so great was the number of precious stones picked from their settings by these vain girls, that every one of the royal jewelers worked steadily for more than a month to replace them in their settings.
If service is required, the customer would simply go to a Preferred Jeweler and it will be repaired and serviced at no charge.
Speaking to KUNA, Rakesh Shroff, a Delhi-based jeweler and General Secretary of a Jewelers' Association, said: "We met the Finance Minister this afternoon.
22) Such measures show the jeweler allying with the bride against her groom in an attempt to make this tradition lose its invented status.