noun di·a·man· \ˌdē-ə-ˌmän-ˈtā\

Definition of DIAMANTÉ

:  a sparkling decoration (as of sequins) or material decorated with this <a gown trimmed with diamanté>

Origin of DIAMANTÉ

French, adjective, like a diamond, from diamant diamond, from Middle French
First Known Use: 1904


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