jeweler

noun
jew·​el·​er | \ ˈjü-ə-lər How to pronounce jeweler (audio) , ˈjü-lər also ˈju̇-lər \
variants: or jeweller

Definition of jeweler

1 : one who makes or repairs jewelry
2 : one who deals in jewelry, precious stones, watches, and usually silverware and china

Examples of jeweler in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Ehrich popped the question on a beach in Malibu on July 22, with a stunning diamond ring crafted by celebrity jeweler Peter Marco. Melody Chiu, PEOPLE.com, "How Demi Lovato and Fiancé Max Ehrich Grew Closer During the Pandemic: ‘He’s Supportive of Her'," 29 July 2020 Between that and speaking Italian with a hot young jeweler — and cooing the name of her former Italian fiancé within spitting range of PK in her at-home testimonial — Dorit has somehow come out swinging as the most enjoyable Housewife this season. Jodi Walker, EW.com, "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills recap: I have other plans: steaks and strippers," 9 July 2020 As the finish erodes, the prongs that keep the stones in place might also loosen and need to be repaired by a jeweler. Jessica Bennett, Better Homes & Gardens, "Can Hand Sanitizer Ruin Your Rings?," 6 July 2020 The jeweler’s work was not all pavé diamonds and million-dollar parures. Guy Trebay, BostonGlobe.com, "Roberto Faraone Mennella, jewelry innovator, 48," 11 June 2020 The famed jeweler swung to a $105 million operating loss. Washington Post, "Gold and diamonds lose luster, but garden supply sales shine," 9 June 2020 Eugene Freund will remain a local jeweler in Traverse City at 517 E. Eighth St. and Nancy is moving to California later this year. Chanel Stitt, Detroit Free Press, "Little Bohemia in Traverse City announces permanent closure in wake of COVID-19," 8 June 2020 While analysts have said the jeweler complements LVMH’s business, the deal may create headaches. Thomas Mulier, Bloomberg.com, "LVMH Reviews Tiffany Prospects After Luxury Demand Craters," 7 June 2020 French luxury-goods titan Bernard Arnault is reviewing his $16 billion deal to buy U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co., according to a person familiar with the matter, after the coronavirus pandemic upended the industry. Matthew Dalton, WSJ, "LVMH Reviews Tiffany Deal Amid Coronavirus, Riots," 4 June 2020

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First Known Use of jeweler

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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“Jeweler.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/jeweler. Accessed 12 Aug. 2020.

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jeweler

noun
How to pronounce jeweler (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of jeweler

: a person who makes, repairs, or sells jewelry and watches

jeweler

noun
jew·​el·​er
variants: or jeweller \ ˈjü-​ə-​lər \

Kids Definition of jeweler

: a person who makes or buys and sells jewelry and related articles (as silverware)

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