A small, glittering ornament, such as a rhinestone or a sequin, applied to fabric or a garment.(noun)
Fabric that has been covered with many of these ornaments.(noun)
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Use "diamante" in a sentence
"I went out for dinner tonight dressed in diamante studded Katharine Hamnett t-shirt and blue jeans."
"An odd mix of waistcoat and straightjacket up top, with some kind of diamante augmentation around the neck, the whole combo topped off with a wide brimmed black hat."
"Her very short skirts, which are made of numberless layers of white tulle, and the top layer, which stands out almost like a wheel, is adorned with a bold lattice work of silver ruching and diamante and interlaced with a delicate tracery of pale blue."