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Definition of "diamonds" []

  • One of the four suits in an ordinary pack of cards bearing red lozenge-shapes symbols
  • Plural form of diamond. (noun)

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  • One of the four suits of playing cards, marked with the symbol ♦. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of diamond. (verb)

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Use "diamonds" in a sentence
  • "By the door she paused, and when the newly-ordained clergyman passed out, she offered him her hand, the hand which, when he held it last, was pledged to him, There were _diamonds_ on it now -- diamonds of value rare, but their brightness was hateful to that wretched woman, for she knew at what a fearful price they had been bought."
  • "Another time he handed me, for the Emperor, a handful of little stones, which he called diamonds of great value."
  • "Man, the markup on those diamonds is either really big, or there's a flood of Brownings on the market!"
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