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noun as in precious stone

noun as in something, someone precious

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Svo turned up with an associate dressed in police uniforms and confiscated 800,000 rubles’ worth of cash and jewels, then told the mark to report himself to the local authorities the next day.

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If you weren’t told it was a prison, the “crown jewel” of prisons, you might not know.

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This book is a jewel, and soon it will be translated into English so that many others can learn about your incredible life.

Denver, the mile-high city, is the largest in a 600-mile radius and the jewel of Colorado.

So it’s surrounded by desert, and it’s this kind of emerald jewel in the middle of sub-Saharan Africa.

“The agency tasked with protecting the highest office in our land should be the crown jewel of federal law enforcement,” he said.

After all, the Hamptons has the reputation of being an artistic jewel in the East Coast crown.

These days, Tirico announces everything from the World Cup to the NBA Finals to the crown jewel, Monday Night Football.

For dinner, Sidney Street Café, the jewel in St. Louis' culinary crown.

In the end, internal conflict tore apart the New Jewel Movement.

You never know when you are going to stumble upon a jewel in the most out-of-the-way corner.

The quiet of the deserted building incircled the little, glowing room as the velvet incircles the jewel in its case.

With such an assembly at hand the time was ripe for selling Daisy-Jewel to the highest bidder.

And I put a jewel upon thy forehead and earrings in thy ears, and a beautiful crown upon thy head.

Automatically, as a result of habit, she unlocked her jewel-case and took out a tiny phial containing minute cachets.


On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jewel, such as: stone, ornament, trinket, bead, bauble, and bling.

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