Ensuring that her midriff is still exposed, Cyrus is obviously wearing a rhinestone crop top to match the basketball.
Sixteen years old and she wore a turban with a rhinestone in the middle of it.
Julia seriously inspected the rhinestone comb that glittered there.
You'd have been hit by that horse if you had picked up nothing more valuable than a rhinestone buckle.
She wore two rhinestone combs in her frizzes, which held also dust and burnt odds and ends of hair.
Took it roun' to Eisenstein; he said it was a rhinestone,Kind, he said, he didn't give a dam fur.
Plug up th' leakin' kettle an' buy Mummer th' rhinestone combs!
colorless imitation stone of paste or leaded glass, 1879, a loan-translation of French caillou du Rhin "Rhine pebble," so called because they were made near Strasburg, on the River Rhine, and invented there late 17c. Extensively worn later 18c.
Rhinestone jewelry, a reproduction of the ornaments of the Louis XV. period, is all the rage in Paris. The Rhinestones are as brilliant as diamonds, and being set in silver, will stand any amount of wear or of cleaning. ["The American Stationer," March 20, 1879]