- a rectangular shape given to a small gem, especially a diamond, by cutting and polishing.
- a gem having this shape.
Origin of baguette
Examples from the Web for baguette
He and I spent 48 hours in Seoul together a few years ago, and we pretty much only ate at Paris Baguette.
In Shanghai, my brother and I would get breakfast at this great Korean chain called Paris Baguette.
I remember scurrying back to the hotel, baguette in hand with the pâté tucked under my arm.
Cut a sandwich-length piece of baguette and slice it open like you would to make a hero.
You can start the day with a croissant and baguette, then end the day in a bistro or some place high-end, like Pierre Gagnaire.
I think I must put just a baguette d'or on the drawings, and when you see them on my walls I don't think you will disapprove.The Life, Letters and Work of Frederic Leighton|Mrs. Russell Barrington
After seeing him do this repeatedly, the whole party tried the baguette in succession, but without effect.
I found the baguette turn very strong, so that it soon twisted and broke.
The baguette of Delille is no shepherd's crook; it has more the fashion of a drumstick,—baguette de tambour.
Standing where there was no water, the baguette remained motionless.