Definition of necklet in English:

necklet

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Pronunciation: /ˈnɛklɪt
 
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noun

A fairly close-fitting and typically rigid ornament worn around the neck.
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  • Lismore Jewel Centre has a range of gold and silver rings, watches, bracelets and necklets, bangles and earrings.
  • When day had fully come he pressed into my hands my morning-gift: A necklet and paired bracelets of red gold, worked and plaited like living hair encircling my throat and wrists, of beauty unsurpassed.
  • The reporter gushed that ‘her excellency wore white satin plain skirt, bodice trimmed with white mousseline de soie heavily embroidered in silver, a magnificent tiara and riviere, and necklet of diamonds and pearls.’

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