Definition of Bejewelling

1. Verb. (present participle of bejewel) ¹



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Definition of Bejewelling

1. bejewel [v] - See also: bejewel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bejewelling

bejants
bejape
bejeaned
bejeebers
bejeebus
bejeezus
bejel
bejesuit
bejesuited
bejesuits
bejewel
bejeweled
bejeweling
bejewelled
bejewelling (current term)
bejewels
bejuggle
bejuggled
bejuggles
bejuggling
bejumble
bejumbled
bejumbles
bejumbling
bek
beka
bekah
bekahs
bekanamycin

Literary usage of Bejewelling

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1. The World's Parliament of Religions: An Illustrated and Popular Story of the by John Henry Barrows (1893)
"In our estimates we ought certainly to allow as much time for the bejewelling of a soul through the development of its powers, as we allow for the ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1896)
"His Majesty, however, had the feeling that the ducal buck would not object to more elaborate bejewelling. He hoped that his " babie " would give the Duke ..."

3. Jack London and Hawaii by Charmian London (1918)
"... all brilliance of heaven bursts through, gilding and bejewelling the vivid-green world. This date marks a vital readjustment in ship matters. ..."

4. The English Rock-garden by Reginald John Farrer (1919)
"... perhaps this judgment is not so harsh when they are seen bejewelling the January days with little glowing sparks of colour upon the dead earth. ..."

5. The way of the woods: a manual for sportsmen in northeastern United States by Edward Breck (1908)
"The multiplying system and the balance handle are, with the exception of the abominable automatic reels, most to blame, and no amount of bejewelling and ..."

6. Our Animal Friends: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1896)
"... distant woodland, and the common rail fence on which they were perched became almost transfigured by its gorgeous bejewelling. I recall another picture. ..."

7. Caledonia: A Monthly Magazine of Literature, Antiquity, & Tradition Chiefly by Alexander Lowson (1895)
"X»wI shall deck you with flowers for your kindness ; " and he plucked a few sprigs of the wild thyme bejewelling the edge of the pathway, and placing them ..."

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