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Bejewel \Be*jew"el\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Bejeweled or Bejewelled; p. pr. & vb. n. Bejeweling or Bejewelling.] To ornament with a jewel or with jewels; to spangle. ``Bejeweled hands.''
--Thackeray. [1913 Webster] ||

  1. covered in jewels, especially as decoration alt. covered in jewels, especially as decoration v

  2. (en-past of: bejewel)


adj. covered with beads or jewels or sequins [syn: beaded, beady, bejewelled, bespangled, gemmed, jeweled, jewelled, sequined, spangled, spangly]


Bejeweled is a tile-matching puzzle video game by PopCap Games, first developed for browsers in 2001. Three follow-ups to this game have been released. More than 75 million copies of Bejeweled have been sold, and the game has been downloaded more than 150 million times. Although the game is no longer downloadable through PopCap's website, the installer can be downloaded via the Wayback Machine.

Bejeweled (series)

Bejeweled is the name of the series of tile-matching puzzle games created by PopCap Games, first developed for browsers in 2001. Five follow-ups to this game have been released: Bejeweled 2, in 2004, Bejeweled Twist in 2008, Bejeweled Blitz in 2009, Bejeweled 3 in 2010, and Bejeweled Skies in 2016, all by PopCap Games. Blitz is a one-minute timed version, which can be played by linking to Facebook or in an offline mode. More than 25 million copies of Bejeweled have been sold, and the game has been downloaded more than 150 million times. An arcade version was released in Q3 2013.

Usage examples of "bejeweled".

Her European dress was violently multicolored, bejeweled, its skirt huge and bustled.

He wore a magenta skullcap and magenta robes, and around his taut neck hung a bejeweled crucifix.

His robes were crimson and his hat bejeweled and he was very conscious of his majesty.

There were bizarre masks, flint spearpoints, a skull inlaid with turquoise, bejeweled knives, toads in jars, thousands of butterflies under glass: everything arranged with the utmost attention to systematics and classification.

His wings rose above his shoulders like the top of some golden bejeweled heart.

Sunlight lit the upturned faces of Sorcerer, Prophet, and princes, and for an instant the drenched ferns under their feet blazed, bejeweled.

Heralds raised trumpets emblazoned with tassels, silent fanfare sounded for the smiling, bejeweled figure of Lysaer s'llessid, mounted on his chestnut horse, flanked by Lord Diegan and Etarra's field general, the grim-faced, leonine Gnudsog.

The befurred and bejeweled elders of both families turned at the sound, and more eyebrows were raised.

There was no question that he garbed himself well and with subtle taste, not following the custom of others of his same gender who selected lavishly embroidered costumes and bejeweled codpieces that made it seem as if the wearer was flaunting his manhood .

In private Maxim had gifted her with a bejeweled box and, with a soft husky voice, had urged her to keep it solely for the hearts she had won.

Lambskin trimmed the lower part of his hat, but the woolen top was folded to one side where it was fastened with a bejeweled clasp.

With a softly teasing, beguiling smile she plucked at the fastenings of the bejeweled belt that encircled his lean waist.

Noticing where her gaze was directed, Arabella sniffed as she doffed the bejeweled piece.

Gwendolyn was explaining, the tulips petals brushing thoughtfully against her bejeweled earlobe, "Simkin and my father, Lord Samuels, the GuildmasterYou know him?

But no black hoods shot up from among the flowered and plumed and bejeweled heads, no correctly folded hands cast a pall over the laughter and merriment.