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jewellery

/ ˈdʒuːəlrɪ /

noun

  1. objects that are worn for personal adornment, such as bracelets, rings, necklaces, etc, considered collectively
  2. the art or business of a jeweller


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Cars, apartments, personal jewellery, clothing, pets: all must be new and shiny, and carry a famous foreign brand name.

I pawned all our jewellery, and as we had a great many valuable things, I got several thousand francs.

It was stated by the deputation that 5,000 families were dependent on the jewellery trades in Birmingham.

Want of respect for the lives, money, and jewellery of the enemy who surrenders his arms, and for prisoners of war.

They succeeded in stopping thirty or forty coaches, and rode off with a great booty in guineas, watches and jewellery.

Noblett was thrilled, and the men redoubled their carefulness, hoping to find some of the jewellery.

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