noun, plural pa·rures [puh-roo rz; French pa-ryr] /pəˈrʊərz; French paˈrür/.
Origin of parure
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Historical Examples of parure
A few steps from Emma a gentleman in a blue coat was talking of Italy with a pale young woman wearing a parure of pearls.Madame Bovary
Conceive a parure all of white stones—diamonds, white sapphires, white topazes, tourmalines.Zuleika Dobson
Poetry was the attribute of his order as joy was the parure of the preux chevalier.
Their mother's dress was of golden tissue, trimmed with black chenille, with a parure of pearls and diamonds.The Seven Wives Of Bluebeard
Lbel Wolf, so soon as the young man left him, betook himself to the examination of the parure.A Noble Name
Claire Von Glmer