Idioms about pearl
Origin of pearl
OTHER WORDS FROM pearlpearler, nounpearlish, adjectivepearllike, adjective
Other definitions for pearl (2 of 2)
How to use pearl in a sentence
Sometimes she would add tapioca or sago pearls and sugar to taste, turning the dish into a dessert of sorts.
It’s a good idea to know whether it’s broken or just sprained, Pearl said, because that will determine how long you should avoid work or athletic activities that put a lot of pressure on your feet.‘A pandemic of broken toes’: How life at home has been painful for feet|Elizabeth Chang|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
First of all, the poor creatures were taken to an island in the vicinity of North-West Cape, off which the pearling fleet lay.The Adventures of Louis de Rougemont|Louis de Rougemont
Down by Tenbow Head the first pearling luggers were putting out under silver clouds of sail.
Within three hours I'll be off on the pearling banks about my business, and I never heard of any lost steamer.
Pearling, pėrl′ing, n. lace made of silk or other kind of thread.
Pearling, pėrl′ing, n. the process of removing the outer coat of grain.