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[bih-joo-uh l] /bɪˈdʒu əl/
verb (used with object), bejeweled, bejeweling or (especially British) bejewelled, bejewelling.
to adorn with or as if with jewels.
Origin of bejewel
First recorded in 1550-60; be- + jewel Unabridged
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  • A liquid light seems forced back from the sky into every tiny crevice of this bejeweled wonderland.

    My Attainment of the Pole Frederick A. Cook
  • One of the laughing and bejeweled women took her place at the piano.

    Secret Armies John L. Spivak
  • Among them were a number of ladies, more bediamonded, bejeweled and begolded than any group of femininity I ever saw before.

    On the Mexican Highlands William Seymour Edwards
  • We faced each other, my antagonist baring an arm which, despite the bejeweled hand, was to the full as big-muscled as my own.

    The Master of Appleby Francis Lynde
  • The black vault of the heavens lit with a silvery sheen, embracing the prairie world beneath its bejeweled pall.

British Dictionary definitions for bejeweled


verb -els, -elling, -elled (US) -els, -eling, -eled
(transitive) to decorate with or as if with jewels
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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Word Origin and History for bejeweled



1550s, from be- + jewel. Related: Bejeweled.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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