jewelled


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jew·el

 (jo͞o′əl)
n.
1.
a. A precious stone; a gem.
b. A small natural or artificial gem used as a bearing in a watch.
2. A costly ornament of precious metal or gems.
3. One that is treasured or esteemed.
tr.v. jew·eled, jew·el·ing, jew·els or jew·elled or jew·el·ling
1. To adorn with jewels.
2. To fit with jewels.

[Middle English juel, from Anglo-Norman, perhaps from Vulgar Latin *iocāle, from neuter of *iocālis, of play, from Latin iocus, joke; see yek- in Indo-European roots.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.jewelled - covered with beads or jewels or sequinsjewelled - covered with beads or jewels or sequins
adorned, decorated - provided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction
Translations
مُزَيَّن بالجَواهِر
zdobený drahokamy
juvelbesat
felékszerezett
skreyttur gimsteinum
zdobený drahokamami
kıymetli taşlarla süslü

jewelled

jeweled (US) [ˈdʒuːəld] ADJadornado con piedras preciosas; [watch] → con rubíes

jewelled

[ˈdʒuːəld] jeweled (US) adjorné(e) de pierreries

jewelled

, (US) jeweled
adjmit Juwelen (geh)or Edelsteinen besetzt; watchmit Steinen; fingersmit Juwelen geschmückt

jewelled

jeweled (Am) [ˈdʒuːəld] adjornato/a di pietre preziose

jewel

(ˈdʒuːəl) noun
a precious stone. rubies, emeralds and other jewels.
ˈjewelled , (American) ˈjeweled adjective
ornamented with jewels. a jewelled crown.
ˈjeweller , (American) ˈjeweler noun
a person who makes, or deals in, ornaments and other articles made of precious stones and metals.
ˈjewellery , (American) ˈjewelry noun
articles made or sold by a jeweller, and worn for personal adornment, eg bracelets, necklaces, brooches, rings etc.
References in classic literature ?
The starred and stately nights seemed haughty dames in jewelled velvets, nursing at home in lonely pride, the memory of their absent conquering Earls, the golden helmeted suns
Must it not be to that famous elephant, with jewelled tusks, and redolent with myrrh, which was led out of an Indian town to do honor to Alexander the Great?
We look into the glittering windows of the jewellers' shops; and I show Sophy which of the diamond-eyed serpents, coiled up on white satin rising grounds, I would give her if I could afford it; and Sophy shows me which of the gold watches that are capped and jewelled and engine-turned, and possessed of the horizontal lever- escape-movement, and all sorts of things, she would buy for me if she could afford it; and we pick out the spoons and forks, fish-slices, butter-knives, and sugar-tongs, we should both prefer if we could both afford it; and really we go away as if we had got them
Like dragon-flies the hansoms hover With jewelled eyes to catch the lover;"
She entered a magnificent room which appeared to occupy the entire Castle, and which was lighted by gold and jewelled stars in the ceiling.
There were also chains and ornaments, some jewelled, but all of them old and stained.
I dream strange dreams within my tower room, Dreams from the glimmering realms of even gloom; Until each princely guest doth, landing, raise His eyes, upon the full-orbed moon to gaze -- The old moon-palace that in ocean stands Mid clouds of thistle-down and jewelled strands.
And, as he pointed with his wand, out from among the mossy roots of an old tree came trooping the Earth Spirits, their flower-bells ringing softly as they came, and their jewelled garments glittering in the sun.