Definition of bejewel in English:


Syllabification: be·jew·el
Pronunciation: /bəˈjo͞oəl

verb (bejewels, bejeweling, bejeweled; British bejewels, bejewelling, bejewelled )

[with object]
Cover or adorn with jewels: in the days of royalty, they bejeweled the rulers with their fine creations
More example sentences
  • Even the emperor's throne, the bejeweled peacock throne of Shah Jahan, was packed on elephants and carried away to Persia.
  • Macdonald's delicately woven, bejeweled, scanty costumes were elevated to their very best effect by Balfour's exquisite lighting.
  • Edgardo, meanwhile, was quite overwhelmed by the frescoed apartments, bejeweled carriages, and luxurious vestments.

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