verb (used with object), jew·eled, jew·el·ing or (especially British) jew·elled, jew·el·ling.
Origin of jewel
Related formsjew·el·like, adjectiveun·jew·eled, adjectiveun·jew·elled, adjective
Examples from the Web for jeweled
Indeed, the collection brought out vibrant colors, sari-like draping, detailed embroideries, and jeweled embellishments.
Her affection for a pleated skirt was in evidence, the jeweled collars, the oddball prints.
His collection was a raucous mix of colors and embroidery, metallic shorts and jeweled collars.
To the other occupant of the jeweled garden, it was newer and more beautiful than anything she had ever heard.Mr. Wicker's Window|Carley Dawson
But this fish was king of all the fishes, and had jeweled scales and golden fins.Roumanian Fairy Tales|Various
One of them wore a jeweled star in his hair, just above his horn, and this seemed a person of importance.The Patchwork Girl of Oz|L. Frank Baum
His costume was that of a triumphant matador, made of purple velvet almost hidden by jeweled embroidery.Roads of Destiny|O. Henry
Then he called a slave to bring the Princess the jeweled slippers she always wore when she came to his palace.Tales of Folk and Fairies|Katharine Pyle