Definition of bracelet
1 : an ornamental band or chain worn around the wrist
2 : something (such as handcuffs) resembling a bracelet
Examples of bracelet in a Sentence
putting the handcuffs on the jewel thief, the detective asked him how he liked those bracelets
Recent Examples of bracelet from the Web
Daryl enjoys a good joke and is most proud of learning how to make bracelets and sell them at his school.
Often she's rewarded with a sweet card, some candy or a bracelet and even occasionally a cake made just for her as a token of thanks.
Of course, not everyone spends their summers canoeing and making friendship bracelets with campers.
Town & Country documented all the diamonds Linton planned to wear on her wedding day — to start, an Art Deco bracelet and a diamond necklace that Linton explained just looks like one big diamond but is actually a bunch of smaller diamonds.
Signature accessories: My SHA state championship swim ring, a Livestrong bracelet in honor of my friend Coleman Larson.
This is the way this new, queue-less park is supposed to work: * Upon entering, each guest is given an electronic, plastic bracelet called a TapuTapu.
She was given an ankle bracelet to monitor her location while out on bond, according to Mark Lane, a spokesman for the family who works on its legal team.
The second man pulled a knife and demanded the victim’s bracelet when an accomplice showed up with a pistol.
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Origin and Etymology of bracelet
Middle English, from Middle French, diminutive of bras arm, from Latin bracchium
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
BRACELET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bracelet for English Language Learners
: a piece of jewelry worn on the wrist
BRACELET Defined for Kids
Definition of bracelet for Students
: a decorative band or chain usually worn on the wrist or arm
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