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jewelled

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Pronunciation: /ˈdʒuːəld
 
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(US jeweled)

Definition of jewelled in English:

adjective

Adorned, set with, or made from jewels: a jewelled dagger
More example sentences
  • When Beauty looks into the mirror, she first sees herself, adorned with the jewelled crown.
  • I stood there for what seemed like hours selecting each cuff and each jeweled centerpiece that would adorn it.
  • The flask, along with a jewelled dagger, flywhisk and a hugga, had originally been part of the collection at the Imperial Court in Delhi.

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