noun, plural pa·rures [puh-roorz; French pa-ryr]. /pəˈrʊərz; French paˈrür/.
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We only speak here of fancy head-dress; for diamonds are always very much admired for a rare and recherchée parure.
La dépouille des oiseaux sert à la parure des Chefs, qui la portent attachée à leurs bonnets en forme d'aigrettes.
Their mother's dress was of golden tissue, trimmed with black chenille, with a parure of pearls and diamonds.The Seven Wives Of Bluebeard|Anatole France
Her corsage was adorned with knots of diamonds and rubies, and she wore a complete parure of the same costly stones.Is Polite Society Polite?|Julia Ward Howe
A rococo parure of rubies and diamonds lay gleaming upon the yellowish-white satin inside the case.A Noble Name|Claire Von Glmer