jewelrynoun

  • ja宝石
  • enobjects such as rings and necklaces that people wear as decoration

Examples

PLAY
0:09 / --:--
Mute
1.
Now, before we go any further, we should probably choose an item to steal.
2.
Does anyone have anything valuable on them?
3.
Maybe some jewelry?
4.
I have a medical alert bracelet that tells people my name and address, in case I have a brain collapse.
5.
Perfect!
6.
This year's champion will be whoever's in possession of Scully's very upsetting bracelet at midnight tonight.
PLAY
0:44 / --:--
Mute
1.
You know, he could have got me a VCR.
2.
He could have got me a set of golf clubs.
3.
But no, he has to get me the woman repeller.
4.
The eyesore from the Liberace House of Crap!
5.
- It's not that bad. - Oh, yeah, easy for you to say.
6.
You don't have to walk around sporting some reject from the Mr. T collection.
7.
Chandler, Chandler.
8.
"I pity the fool that puts on my jewelry!
9.
I do! I do!
10.
I pity the fool that—"
11.
Hi.
PLAY
21:29 / --:--
Mute
1.
Cocoa's making jewelry again.
2.
Oh, maybe she'll let me keep this one
3.
since she ain't paying no rent around here.
PLAY
1:49 / --:--
Mute
1.
Ooh, ooh! How about this?
2.
We shut off the lights, turn them back on.
3.
Everybody's fancy jewelry is missing.
4.
Meanwhile, you and I are already on a boat to the airport.
5.
- Let's put stink bombs in all the vents. - Yes!
6.
Wait. No. I forgot.
7.
I got rid of all the stink bombs before I babysat Leslie's kids.
PLAY
5:33 / --:--
Mute
1.
Would you please take that jewelry out of your face?
2.
No.
3.
- Bye. - Bye.