Examples of gemstone in a Sentence
traditionally, the gemstone for someone born in May is an emerald
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Wearing a sparkling tiara and diamond-and-gemstone necklace, the Queen and Trudeau had a chat in Buckingham Palace’s Picture Gallery.
The structure resembles that of tightly packed silica spheres in opal, which diffract light and produce the gemstone’s coveted color.
In 2013 an armed thief stole a sack containing gemstones and watches worth $136 million from an exhibition room at the Carlton Hotel in Cannes, where the jewelry was to be featured at a promotional event.
Metals set with gemstones are some of humanity's oldest archaeological artifacts.
There, like the miners of old, guests can sift out their treasures of gemstones and fossils.
This is not the first time gemstones have been manufactured.
As these things go, gemstones have made a huge comeback in the jewelry world.
Power Moves: This is an outer-space week for you, gemstone, as Aries energy lights up the runway of your futuristic zone of plans and dreams.
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GEMSTONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gemstone for English Language Learners
: a stone that can be used in jewelry when it is cut and polished
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