- that part of a ring, bracelet, etc., to which gems are attached.
- crown (def. 27).
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It, of course, features even more cool niceties, like Airplay and SmartThings support, HDR, and replaceable bezels to match your home’s aesthetic.The Best Amazon Prime Day Tech Deals We Could Find|Patrick Lucas Austin|October 13, 2020|Time
For its more expensive Pro models, Apple went with slightly larger displays than last year while shrinking the bezels around the edges.
It has an all-screen front featuring slim bezels and a hole-punch camera.Google’s Pixel 5 has a metal back, wireless charging and costs $699|Ron Amadeo|September 30, 2020|Ars Technica
The bezel was turned inward, and, in the centre of that bezel, the blue diamond shone with all its glorious splendor.Arsne Lupin versus Herlock Sholmes|Maurice LeBlanc
From incised lines near the rim and on the edge of the bezel are small linear “hooks.”
The rim has a smaller edge and omits the heavy raised bezel usually occurring on the typical plates and chargers.
The tube is equipped with a mounting bezel to accept a camera or photomultiplier device.Preliminary Specifications: Programmed Data Processor Model Three (PDP-3)|Digital Equipment Corporation
Upon one face of the bezel the oval of King Armais, the last prince of the eighteenth dynasty, is engraved.A History of Art in Ancient Egypt, Vol. II (of 2)|Georges Perrot