Filigreed
Filigreed Fil"i*greed, a. Adorned with filigree. --Tatler. [1913 Webster]

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  • filigreed — filigree (also filagree) ► NOUN ▪ delicate ornamental work of fine gold, silver, or copper wire. DERIVATIVES filigreed adjective. ORIGIN from Latin filum thread + granum seed ) …   English terms dictionary

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  • filigreed — fil·i·gree || fɪlɪgrɪː n. lacy decorative work done in gold or other metals; something delicate and ornamental v. embellish with filigree, decorate with lacy decorative work done in gold or other metals adj. of lacy decorative work done in… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • filigreed — /ˈfɪləgrid/ (say filuhgreed) adjective having filigree decorations …   Australian English dictionary

  • filigreed — filˈigreed adjective Ornamented with filigree • • • Main Entry: ↑filigree …   Useful english dictionary

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  • filigree — I. noun Etymology: modification of French filigrane, from Italian filigrana, from Latin filum + granum grain more at corn Date: 1693 1. ornamental work especially of fine wire of gold, silver, or copper applied chiefly to gold and silver surfaces …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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