diamonds

[ dahy-muh nd, dahy-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF diamonds
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She was also afflicted with a high color, and a chronic eruption of diamonds.

Why not have detectives as guards—as if I wore a fortune in diamonds?

Her lamb had a fleece of diamonds, and her palm-branch had become the colour of heaven.

He will go into a palace, where all the furniture will be of gold, encrusted in diamonds.

They call my name Pluto; and I am the king of diamonds and all other precious stones.

The king of Sardinia also wrote to him, and sent a gold box set with diamonds.

The mother of the sultan sent him a box, set with diamonds, valued at L1000.

From his general appearance and the size of his diamonds he ought to be your superior.

He had gold and silver, diamonds and rubies, riches of every kind.

And the diamonds—for they are diamonds, right enough—will go into his pocket, or on to his wife's neck.

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