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Definition of "jewel-like" []

  • Bright or sparkling as a jewel.

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "jewel-like" in a sentence
  • "But it's well worth making the effort to walk to, if only to check out its famous slit-like arch and some remarkable natural stone sculptures, including the Diamond Horse – an equine-shaped formation through which sunlight shines with a jewel-like glint."
  • "Across from Beg's Sufi, your eye catches a page of jewel-like decoration along with two engaging nature studies by Mansur, whom Emperor Jahangir named Nadir al-Asr, or Wonder of the Age."
  • "Overall the musical treatment was more suggestive than definitive, and its clear instrumental writing, including a number of jewel-like dissonances, registered well in the otherwise slightly tubby acoustics of the parish sanctuary."