Noun(1) an adornment (as a bracelet or ring or necklace, or imitation gems
(1) a jewellery box(2) she had silver hair and chunky gold jewellery(3) European makeup and costume jewelry , too, are replacing traditional cosmetics and ornaments.(4) The foreigner had tried to steal expensive diamond jewelry at knifepoint from a service girl.(5) There's no need to buy expensive branded jewelry from Tiffany unless you are making an investment.(6) Performance means not wearing jewelry of any kind.(7) I learned to make silver jewelry as a hobby and then a minor profession.(8) Items of fine jewelry are priced from 2,400 baht and up.(9) Bronze enabled people to make better tools and weapons, as well as make beautiful jewelry and sculpture.(10) Her fingers started to peel off the wrapper, unveiling a dark blue velvet jewelry box.(11) She also requested you wear your gold jewelry , even though it is uncomfortable.(12) In India and Asia, the purchase of silver jewelry is not for show but as investment.(13) Are you buying expensive jewelry for your wife for Christmas?(14) Once I opened the box I see a small black velvet jewelry box.(15) Some are encrusted with costume jewelry , evoking the roughly bejeweled icons of Byzantium.(16) He wears real gold jewelry and drives a BMW.
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English to Welsh Dictionary: jewellery
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