noun, plural pail·lettes [pal-yets, puh-lets; French pa-yet]. /pælˈyɛts, pəˈlɛts; French paˈyɛt/.
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OTHER WORDS FROM paillettepail·let·ted, adjective
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One dress was covered in sequins and paillettes, and a paillette fell on the floor.The Saga of Whitney Houston’s Last Movie, ‘Sparkle’|Howard Rosenman|February 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Paillette, pa-lyet′, n. a piece of metal or coloured foil used in enamel-painting: a sponge.
The stick ivory, coloured, gilt, and decorated la paillette.History of the Fan|George Woolliscroft Rhead
Marcel Paillette is director of the military flying ground at the Palomar Aerodrome.Jane's All the World's Aircraft|Various