rhinestone

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rhinestone

[′rīn‚stōn]
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A clear, colorless imitation of diamond, made of glass, paste, or gem quartz, backed with metallic foil.
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White-suited, rhinestoned and lip curled - yeah baby.
For instance, when LaKeesha Jones shows up for her first job interview in Campbell's Brothers and Sisters (1994), even sympathetic Esther Jackson looks at the short skirt, flashy jewelry, and rhinestoned fingernails and decides: "The child wasn't ready for prime time" and, worse, "she probably had no idea how deficient she was" (215).
But ITV viewers will miss this woman who is a living, breathing rhinestoned banner that screams: "Hey look at me
to the rhinestoned and horribly bloated Presley of later sonnets in the series, his rise and fall manifests our culture's fascination with innocence and its inevitable doom.
She and her husband, Nudie Cohn, were famous for their fantastically embroidered and rhinestoned "Nudie suits," including the 1957 gold lame suit worn by Elvis Presley.
As I walked onto the Delano's terrace ( a seductive sea of overstuffed wicker sofas draped with tanned bodies sporting Dior sunglasses, perfectly-pressed Italian linens and rhinestoned Manolos ( I was a bit nervous, though I knew I looked good and could hold my own with this crowd.
Nolan Miller was the man who created all those shoulder-padded and rhinestoned creations for Joan Collins and Linda Evans in Dynasty, and who is said today to be the inspiration behind Donatella Versace's collections.