jewel

[ joo-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF jewel

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He would prize the jewel, and overlook the inferiority of the casket.

Even good Bishop Jewel did not disbelieve in the power of the evil eye.

There's my hand: I promise you, I'll never be called on to perform that, Honor, jewel.

She had a face of rare beauty and was the jewel of his love.

It is not well that such a jewel should be hidden in this grey casket.

The world welcomes you; and, through me, it places in your hands this jewel.

He possessed six of these horses, each in its way a jewel in the equine crown.

A sight of the jewel sent Monsieur Lausch into raptures and rages.

More by token, there's only one thing left to hope for, my jewel, and that's certain.

But the jewel was fastened in some way although it seemed a bit loose.

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