bracelet

All Noun
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  • They made and sold a limited number of bracelets to show their support.
  • He threw her off, and she lost a bracelet that he took up.
  • When the bracelets reached these two latter, no one appeared to take any further notice of them. Cited from The Vicomte de Bragelonne, by Alexandre Dumas
  • Prior to winning his first bracelet the following year, this was his highest prize.
  • As such, she has produced no other weapons from the bracelets in this way.
  • If she did get married then she should surrender her royal bracelet to her immediate brother.
  • A golden bracelet and ring have been found there as well as many human remains.
  • Two bracelets have been taken, and one of the pair is found on you. Cited from True to his Colours, by Theodore P. Wilson
  • She removed her bracelets and gave them to the old woman.
  • In most cases, it is the father who give the child this bracelet as protection.
  • Another silver bracelet and a gold ring were placed with the body.
  • From her cold hand I took the half of the gold bracelet, and ran into the house. Cited from The Son of Monte-Cristo, Volume I (of 2), by Alexandre Dumas (pere)
  • She can be seen wearing a medical bracelet at all times, including while performing on stage.
  • This made him the youngest player ever to win a bracelet up to that time.
  • This couple had the power to choose who would get each bracelet.
  • In this case, power source may be arranged in watch case or in bracelet.
  • She sat in front of him in the train car, wearing a gold bracelet which drew his attention.
  • The bracelets became popular with the neighborhood children, and his daughter suggested that he sell them.
  • He then hit a on the turn to secure the four of a kind and the bracelet.
  • They checked into the same hotel where the bracelet incident had taken place.
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Meaning of bracelet

  • noun Jewelry worn around the wrist for decoration