Definition of Rhinestones

1. Noun. (plural of rhinestone) ¹



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Definition of Rhinestones

1. rhinestone [n] - See also: rhinestone

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhinestones

rhinal fissure
rhinal sulcus
rhinalgia
rhinarium
rhinaster
rhinectomies
rhinectomy
rhinedema
rhinencephala
rhinencephalic
rhinencephalon
rhinenchysis
rhines
rhinestone
rhinestoned
rhinestones (current term)
rhinion
rhinism
rhinitides
rhinitis
rhinitis medicamentosa
rhinitis nervosa
rhinitis sicca
rhino
rhino-
rhinoanemometer
rhinocanthectomy
rhinocele
rhinocephaly
rhinoceri

Literary usage of Rhinestones

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Europe's Morning After by Kenneth Lewis Roberts (1921)
"The rhinestones— four strands on each side—ran from the waist in back over each shoulder and down to ... There was nothing but those strings of rhinestones. ..."

2. Europe's Morning After by Kenneth Lewis Roberts (1921)
"The rhinestones— four strands on each side—ran from the waist in back over each shoulder and down to ... There was nothing but those strings of rhinestones. ..."

3. Blue Book by Tiffany and Company (1893)
"rhinestones 32. to 65. Silver 10. to 250. Miniature Frames: Ornamented bronze, ... rhinestones 6. to 30. Silver 4.25 to 38. Leather, silver mountings 9. ..."

4. Woman as Decoration by Emily Burbank (1917)
"In the same way rhinestones may be decidedly decorative, but only a woman with an artist's ... It can be done, by keeping the rhinestones off the bodice. ..."

5. Woman as Decoration by Emily Burbank (1917)
"Jn the same way rhinestones may be decidedly decorative, but only a woman with an artist's ... It can be done, by keeping the rhinestones off the bodice. ..."

6. United States Compiled Statutes, Annotated, 1916: Embracing the Statutes of by United States, John Allan Mallory (1917)
"rhinestones. — rhinestones composed in chief value of paste held not dutiable as jewelry. . See paragraph 95. 18. Sliver hand bags.—Women's silver hand bags ..."

7. The World's Work Second War Manual: The Conduct of the Warby Arthur Wilson Page by Arthur Wilson Page (1914)
"... black enamel bar and circle, 4 rhinestones, pearl centre $2.25 No. ... «et with rhinestones, pearl in centre $1.50 ..."

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