Definition of 'diamante'
Example sentences containing 'diamante'
The family Christmas tree stood here, a blaze of white and silver light in the dimness, tipped with a diamanté star.THE WHITE DOVE
`I see you're admiring Mr Schrader's mountain," the man in the diamanté suit said in a distinctive Jamaican accent.ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH'
Instead she went to her jewel case and took out a pair of diamanté pendant earrings that she had dismissed as too flamboyant.THE WHITE DOVE
Definition of diamante from the Collins English Dictionary
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