A colorless artificial gem of paste or glass, often with facets that sparkle in imitation of a diamond.(noun)
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Use "rhinestone" in a sentence
"MCC supporters please google: mccain rhinestone hero before you vote for mc??????"
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"Pleased but bewildered, Mrs. Terriberry read of herself as "queenly in gray satin and diamonds," being unable to place the diamonds until she recalled the rhinestone comb in her back hair which sparkled with the doubtful brilliancy of a row of alum cubes."