noun, plural bi·joux [bee-zhooz, bee-zhooz]. /ˈbi ʒuz, biˈʒuz/.
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Origin of bijou
Example sentences from the Web for bijou
Opposite to Bijoux Hills we were for a long time aground on a sand bank.
Whist, the books of engravings, and the bijoux of the centre-table were exhausted, and small talk flagged.The Fatal Glove|Clara Augusta Jones Trask
The second room we visited was the Salle des Bijoux, and was entirely occupied by vases, jewels, and rare and costly cups.Paris: With Pen and Pencil|David W. Bartlett
Their natural graces and their bijoux are the details which set off their charms so splendidly.In the Land of Mosques & Minarets|Francis Miltoun
A daughter in one of Anatole France's books says to her mother: "Tu es pour les bijoux, je suis pour les dessous."Another Sheaf|John Galsworthy