Examples of amulet in a Sentence
a small cross made of goat bone was worn in the Middle Ages as an amulet to ward off evil
Recent Examples of amulet from the Web
Seventies boho meets medieval with amulets, arm bands, chainmail heels and lots of luxe layers in @chloe fall collection.
The collection also reinvented the Emporio Armani logo as a simple EA heat-stamped on suede purses, as dangling crystal amulets on jackets and subtly emblazoned on dresses.
Necklaces looked like amulets and gemstones and big-brimmed hats finished the looks.
On opposite sides squat two concrete Shinto shrines strung with glistening totems and amulets that climbers have left behind as good luck talismans.
Blue and white seashells and crimson red stones, representing the Aztecs and spilled indigenous blood, were sculpted into the clay jars, intermixed with beaded crosses and amulets of Christian saints.
In one way, though, there’s no mystery about one of the objects found in the Hypogeum among the pottery, carved animals, amulets, beads and clay figurines.
The smallest amulets are often highly detailed, revealing the astonishing level of realism that ancient artisans often brought to their work.
Despite all the sword-wielding mayhem, Ngo avoids excess bloodshed, wisely keeping things in family-friendly territory. Reincarnation, mystical amulets, miraculous fruits, a transformative oriole, monster morphing and more also factor in.
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Origin and Etymology of amulet
First Known Use: 1584See Words from the same year
AMULET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of amulet for English Language Learners
: a small object worn to protect the person wearing it against bad things (such as illness, bad luck, etc.)
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