noun, plural cab·o·chons [kab-uh-shonz; French ka-baw-shawn]. /ˈkæb əˌʃɒnz; French ka bɔˈʃɔ̃/.
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Origin of cabochon
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Example sentences from the Web for cabochon
He peered at the brooch, which represented a bunch of grapes in small cabochon amethysts and leaves of green enamel.The Second Latchkey|Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson
And there was a pendant, a star of diamonds with a great cabochon sapphire—Mademoiselle's beloved jewel!Vision House|C. N. Williamson
Each was a flat star of gray metal in which was set a large oval, cabochon-cut jewel.The Door into Infinity|Edmond Hamilton
The first three and the last are cabochon cut, elliptical in contour with flat bottoms.
Design a built-up ring using an elliptical cabochon cut stone as the point of concentration.