It is set for that beautiful, bejewelled thing they call a coronet.
Ah, yes, they had been there in all their bejewelled and sable-coated splendor.
His eyes glinted ominously, and he brought his fat, bejewelled hand down on the table with a bang.
One of them placed in his master's hand the bejewelled hilt of his scimitar.
The first frosts of autumn had bejewelled her crown in flashing topaz, ruby, and emerald.
Her delicate, bejewelled fingers were playing with the petals of an exquisite bouquet.
After visiting the shrine, I took a photograph of the monks with their long trumpets, their bejewelled clarionets and their drums.
From his huge, ornate, gold watch-chain hung three or four bejewelled insignia of secret societies that he was a member of.
His plain suit certainly was a relief to the eye, wearied with periwigged sages and bejewelled sinners.
One old lady from Wales sat with her gouty feet on a cushion, to which you were oblivious, for she was so bejewelled.