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noun as in ornamental pin

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Throughout her career, Albright was known for wearing brooches or decorative pins to convey her foreign policy messages.

The brooch was among “approximately 25 jewelry and art items Gray consigned” to Doyle from 2015 to 2020, according to the affidavit.

Bird feathers came from a pillow or bedding, which along with brooches placed in the grave were associated with females, the researchers suspect.

Emus are such a great shape, and I think I remember finding an Art Deco emu-shaped brooch or something as inspiration, which kind of sealed the deal for me.

You don’t need to read brooches to know that Nabiullina is a talented economist, managing everything from a flood of economic sanctions from the West to an overwhelming dependence on oil and gas at a time the world is shifting to clean fuels.

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Kate wore a gold shamrock Cartier brooch pinned to her chest.

It was figure-hugging with ruched sides and a deep neckline, and like Ryan, Biden accessorized with a big brooch.

She wears a green peplum dress, long dangling earrings and a giant brooch.

And I find a beautiful piece, an antique butterfly brooch, inside the store of local jewelry designer Pu Shi.

The diamond Prince of Wales feathers brooch was modified by Diana to be worn as a necklace.

At her bosom she wore a great brooch, containing intertwined locks of a grandfather and grandmother long since defunct.

Her neck-band was thrown open, because she had given away the brooch, with which she used to fasten it.

And while she clasped the diamond-studded brooch in front of her white throat she glanced round the room for a mirror.

In the same way, my lady was as the brooch; yet it was not she who caused me wo, but it was He who endowed her with beauty.

People remark, nevertheless, that she wears a splendid brooch, which she takes special care to conceal from her husbands eyes.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to brooch, such as: jewelry, breastpin, clip, cluster, and bar pin.

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