- A stupidly humorous event, especially the results of a Google web search.
Fidel Castro enjoys the color green returns 209 results on Google? Now, that's a rhinestone.
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Rhinestone — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Rhinestone Título Rhinestone Ficha técnica Dirección Bob Clark Producción Howard Smith Bill Blake Sandy Gallin Richard Spitalny … Wikipedia Español
rhinestone — 1879, a loan translation of Fr. caillou du Rhin Rhine pebble, so called because they were made near Strasburg, on the River RHINE (Cf. Rhine). Rhinestone jewelry, a reproduction of the ornaments of the Louis XV. period, is all the rage in Paris.… … Etymology dictionary
Rhinestone — Rhine stone , n. [Cf. G. rheinkiesel Rhine quartz.] A colorless stone of high luster, made of paste. It is much used as an inexpensive ornament. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
rhinestone — ► NOUN ▪ an imitation diamond. ORIGIN translating French caillou du Rhin pebble of the Rhine … English terms dictionary
rhinestone — [rīn′stōn΄] n. [transl. of Fr caillou du Rhin: so called because orig. made at Strasbourg (on the Rhine)] a bright, colorless artificial gem made of hard glass, often cut in imitation of a diamond … English World dictionary
Rhinestone — For other uses, see Rhinestone (disambiguation). Rhinestones on a tiara A rhinestone or paste or diamante is a diamond simulant made from rock crystal, glass or acrylic. Originally, rhinestones were rock crystals gathered from the river Rhine.… … Wikipedia
rhinestone — UK [ˈraɪnˌstəʊn] / US [ˈraɪnˌstoʊn] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms rhinestone : singular rhinestone plural rhinestones an artificial jewel made of clear glass … English dictionary
rhinestone — 1. noun an artificial diamond Lucinda sewed rhinestones into her scarf to add a bit of flair. 2. adjective made of or encrusted with rhinestones Karl wore a cowboy hat with a rhinestone hatband when he played his country and western gigs … Wiktionary
rhinestone — noun Etymology: Rhine River Date: circa 1888 a colorless imitation stone of high luster made of glass, paste, or gem quartz • rhinestoned adjective … New Collegiate Dictionary
rhinestone — /ruyn stohn /, n. an artificial gem of paste, often cut to resemble a diamond. [1885 90; RHINE + STONE (trans. of F caillou du Rhin)] * * * ▪ glass gem colourless, faceted glass used in jewelry; also foil backed or silvered cut glass used… … Universalium