jewelry[ joo-uh l-ree, jool-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF jewelry
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JEWELRY
It was the most expensive piece of jewelry Grace had ever owned.
Every woman has money of her own, and spends it for jewelry.
He had made a mistake in not turning to the left, now he recollected that the jewelry was to the left.
An examination of Miss Ford's stock of jewelry produced no better results.
It is a great place for jewelry and the champion emporium for buttons.
"What a passion the little woman seems to have for jewelry," remarked the other.
"I'm very, very glad for your sake, Dave," said the wife of the jewelry manufacturer.
Well, he has stolen Mr. John's pocketbook and some jewelry belonging to him.
I've got to give that jewelry back to the silly thing first; then we'll see.
Suppose this case: A manufacturer of jewelry reasons as you do.