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Cover or adorn with jewels.‘in the days of royalty, they bejewelled the rulers with their fine creations’
embellish, decorate, furnish, ornament, add ornament to, enhanceView synonyms
- ‘Among the items that were sold were a Faberge bejewelled gold-mounted cane.’
- ‘Palfi bejewels his film with lambent imagery and perfectly framed moments that threaten to overwhelm you with their simplicity.’
- ‘Even the emperor's throne, the bejeweled peacock throne of Shah Jahan, was packed on elephants and carried away to Persia.’
- ‘Edgardo, meanwhile, was quite overwhelmed by the frescoed apartments, bejeweled carriages, and luxurious vestments.’
- ‘The bejewelled jade flask, probably from the Mughal imperial treasury, had been on loan from Mrs Schreiber to the Victoria and Albert Museum since 1963.’
- ‘Add some sparkly earrings and my hair curled and held back by a bejeweled hair clip, and I should be good to go.’
- ‘Literature-inspired cogitations, often wonderful, bejewel the narrative's temporal twists and turns.’
- ‘An entourage implies money - how else could one clothe, bejewel and perfume a gaggle of models?’
- ‘The artist bejewels the babes, and transforms them into fashion models.’
- ‘It was the early seventies and there were a lot of black and white photos of models in bejeweled sweaters and knits infused with shimmery threads.’
- ‘Macdonald's delicately woven, bejeweled, scanty costumes were elevated to their very best effect by Balfour's exquisite lighting.’
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