PARURE

Etymology

Noun

parure (plural parures)

A set of jewellery to be worn together.

Anagrams

• rear up, uprear

Source: Wiktionary


Pa`rure", n. [F., OF. pareure, LL. paraura, fr. L. parare to prepare. See Pare.]

Definition: An ornament or decoration for the person; esp., a decoration consisting of a set of ornaments to be used together; as, a parure of rubies or of embroideries.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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