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Word of the Day 04/24/16 Rhinestone

Rhinestone (noun)
rhinestone [rahyn-stohn]


noun
1. an artificial gem of paste, often cut to resemble a diamond.

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Origin: 1885-90; Rhine + stone (translation of French caillou du Rhin)

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