Definition of Bezils

1. bezil [n] - See also: bezil



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bezils

bez
bezafibrate
bezant
bezantler
bezantlers
bezants
bezanty
bezaunt
bezazz
bezazzes
bezel
bezels
bezes
bezier
bezil
bezils (current term)
bezique
beziques
bezitramide
bezoar
bezoar goat
bezoar ibex
bezoardic
bezoardics
bezoars
bezonian
bezonians
bezsmertnovite
bezzant
bezzants

Literary usage of Bezils

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1. Reports of Artisans Selected by a Committee Appointed by the Council of the by Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1867)
"... another set turns it out the proper shape for bezils, even to the glass groove ; a third turning out bands, with a pattern embossed on them, and so on. ..."

2. Tanis by William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1885)
"... lapis lazuli; double ring of green pottery, with winged Isis (?) on the bezils. 36. In the course of similar diggings at Tell ..."

3. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1856)
"All rings had not bezils, the engraving being sometimes transferred to the metal of which it was composed, and this in cabalistic rings was often engraved ..."

4. A Treatise on Diamonds and Pearls: In which Their Importance is Considered ...by David Jeffries by David Jeffries (1751)
"TH E bezils are the upper fides and corners of the Brilliant, lying between the edge of the table and the girdle. ..."

5. A Glossary of Mineralogy by Henry William Bristow (1861)
"bezils. — The upper sides and corners (<id) of the Brilliant, lying between the edge of the Table and the Girdle. Cabochon. — The smooth convex elliptical ..."

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