Origin of bracelet
Examples from the Web for bracelet
Sierra was reportedly fully clothed with her earrings and bracelet intact.‘Sunset, Istanbul Style’: Staten Island Woman Sarai Sierra Murdered|Mike Giglio|February 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Then Elizabeth found the bracelet, which had been where it was supposed to be the whole time.11 Revelations From Salman Rushdie’s Memoir, ‘Joseph Anton’|The Daily Beast|September 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She was still recovering her verbal faculties, but she was able to answer when he asked about a bracelet he saw on her wrist.Exclusive Photo: Gabrielle Giffords’s Navy SEAL Skydive|Michael Daly|February 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The 18k gold earrings, bracelet, chain and ring my parents had given me a few days before glittered.
With the bracelet in his hands, he said the words represented to him “a light at the end of this dark tunnel.”
For a moment there was silence, while Chloe played absently with a bracelet she had just discarded.Afterwards|Kathlyn Rhodes
My friend, do you know why she bound the bracelet to your wrist?A Gentleman Vagabond and Some Others|F. Hopkinson Smith
Dawson now clasped his fist around the bracelet which he meant to leave locked.The Portal of Dreams|Charles Neville Buck
But she did not know how beautiful the bracelet was until after Copley had disappeared in his Lauriette.Ruth Fielding on the St. Lawrence|Alice B. Emerson
“You have the bracelet and must give it up,” continued Jack.The Putnam Hall Champions|Arthur M. Winfield
British Dictionary definitions for bracelet
Word Origin for bracelet
Word Origin and History for bracelet
mid-15c., from Old French bracelet (14c.), diminutive of bracel, from Latin bracchiale "armlet," from bracchium (see brace (n.)).