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noun as in chain

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With a belt rack, you’ll easily be able to hang up your belt and other accessories like ties or necklaces, beautifully displayed for the next morning or a quick evening outfit change.

Giscard consistently denied that he had accepted an expensive necklace from Bokassa and suggested that he had turned any gift over to the state.

You can screenshot the code, print it, or even put it in something physical like a sticker or a necklace.

Planners have dreamed of a green necklace of connected parks extending from Mission Bay to the Marine Corps Depot.

The days of dressing up for the office are on pause for now, but, as she notes, people can wear a new necklace or a nice pair of earrings for a video call.

From Time

Wonderland posted videos taken with a hidden camera—in a cross necklace, or inside a watch or glasses—of him hitting on women.

She hoped to fashion them into a necklace, she said, as a symbol of the pain she had endured.

At the time of her disappearance in 2009, Harrington was wearing a necklace that had been given to her by her mother.

Of a necklace Rihanna was wearing, Rivers joked she had asked Rihanna how she felt about the choker.

He wants to take the fingers, let them decompose, then take the bones and make a finger bone necklace out of it.

A wisp of wheat was knotted round her neck for a necklace, and a perfect sheaf of it in her hair.

There seems to be no sufficient reason for explaining it by 'necklace' or 'gorget,' as if it were a separable article of attire.

And shall not a girl inherit money, or a necklace, left to her, which may be worth more than the land?

The head of the Virgin is veiled, a necklace of pearls adorns her person, and her hands are extended in prayer.

And he lifted up a necklace of diamonds, that blazed in the light of the lamp like a ring of fire.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to necklace, such as: choker, jewelry, pendant, strand, beads, and lavalliere.

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