Definition of vermeil in English:

vermeil

Syllabification: ver·meil
Pronunciation: /ˈvərməl, -ˌmāl, vərˈmā(l)
 
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noun

[often as modifier]
  • 1Gilded silver or bronze.
    More example sentences
    • The ‘Symbols of Freedom’ flag is made of cold-cast porcelain, and the eagle is made of Legends [R] bronze, fine pewter and 24 kt. gold vermeil.
    • Made from gold vermeil hardware, vintage plastic beads, and Swarovski crystal chain, they come in three varieties.
    • Those with a vermeil medal at national level could enter the international level.
  • 2 literary Vermilion.

Origin

late Middle English (sense 2): from Old French (see vermilion).

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