gem[ jem ]SEE DEFINITION OF gem
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GEM
My young travelling companion is enthusiastic about this gem of Germany.
Since such gift the gem gleamed bright on the breast of the queen.
This production is a gem, and always attracts the wonder and amazement of foreigners.
Holding toward the lamp a glass, clear as crystal, with luster like a gem.
By the way, your editorial explanation of Astounding Stories was a gem.
It is a gem of its kind, and will bear reprint in full today.
As for the chapel itself, he described it as a gem that even Venice could not rival.
If any of my readers have ever seen a gem of a place, they will know exactly what that means.
Our own ignorance of this gem makes us blush (unseen, we hope).
A fine Latin letter was a gem, which a man envied his neighbour.