Origin of bracelet
Examples from the Web for bracelets
The solution: bracelets that serve as phone chargers, or necklaces that buzz when you receive an email or text.
Within a navy blue duffel bag were clattering bone-hued beads, amulets, and bracelets.
The slogan is on T-shirts, bracelets, and posters found everywhere fine zombie goods are sold.The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus Says Michonne’s Cute, Wouldn’t Mind a Romance|Melissa Leon|November 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Before long I realized I was renting my own watches (bracelets), for $10 a day, and not even looking at the time.
Now former bullet casings and handguns have become $375 bracelets for a cause.Cory Booker’s Murder Accessory: Turning Buyback Guns Into Jewelry|Nina Strochlic|January 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Such bits of jewelry as have been discovered—necklaces, bracelets, and rings, give evidence of a high degree of workmanship.
Bracelets were mostly formed of bands of velvet with oval clasps.Jewellery|H. Clifford Smith,
What had become of her jewels, her bracelets of diamonds, her chaplet of pearls?The Spanish Cavalier|Charlotte Maria Tucker
Then in the most dreadful words he threatened him with the worst, and demanded the sword and bracelets.The Danish History, Books I-IX|Saxo Grammaticus ("Saxo the Learned")
It is to be noticed, also, that these last arms have bracelets different from the pair on the breast.Studies in Central American Picture-Writing|Edward S. Holden
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Word Origin for bracelet
Word Origin and History for bracelets
mid-15c., from Old French bracelet (14c.), diminutive of bracel, from Latin bracchiale "armlet," from bracchium (see brace (n.)).