bejeweled

[ bih-joo-uh l ]
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One of the laughing and bejeweled women took her place at the piano.

We faced each other, my antagonist baring an arm which, despite the bejeweled hand, was to the full as big-muscled as my own.

I was paraded for the curiosity of empty-headed girls, outrageously dcollet and bejeweled.

The restaurants could seat no more, and a bejeweled, scented throng stood in the doorways and struggled for the vacant tables.

Then I managed, after a lot of trouble, to get that bejeweled sinful collar off his neck.

The women, splendid creatures in gowns whose cost ran into hundreds of dollars, and bejeweled almost at any price.

Swiftly Zoraida crossed the room, her bejeweled fingers finding Bruce West's arm.

Then a roar arose as Qutuz entered briskly, arrayed in a bejeweled green turban and a black and silver robe of honor.

A liquid light seems forced back from the sky into every tiny crevice of this bejeweled wonderland.

Among them were a number of ladies, more bediamonded, bejeweled and begolded than any group of femininity I ever saw before.

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