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What is the name of the Fake Gemstone?

Other definitions (questions) for the word “doublet” (33)

  1. The second copy of a thing, one of two identical objects
  2. Two shots from a double-barreled shotgun, instantly following one another, without lifting the butt from the shoulder
  3. Double-barreled shot
  4. double shot
  5. Two cards of the same suit in card bridge
  6. A volley from a double-barreled shotgun
  7. Second instance
  8. Double Shot
  9. A stone of two halves
  10. Double-barreled shotgun
  11. Shot from both barrels almost simultaneously
  12. Bang-bang shot
  13. Shot from both barrels
  14. Two simultaneous shots at the same target from a double-barreled shotgun
  15. Double shot at the same target from both gun barrels
  16. In bridge there are two cards in a suit
  17. Second copy of the book
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  19. Second copy of the item
  20. Getting two cards of the same suit in a deal (card term)
  21. Men’s outerwear in 13th-century France, narrow, such as a jacket made of white linen or woolen fabric, lined, lined with fur in winter
  22. Duplicate copy, item
  23. Method of imitation by gluing faceted stones
  24. Billiard shot
  25. Double strike in billiards
  26. Second copy of a book, engraving or coin
  27. Double shot from a hunting rifle
  28. Men’s Tudor Short Jacket
  29. Two simultaneous shots from a double-barreled shotgun
  30. One of two identical items
  31. Men’s outerwear, common in Western Europe from the 1330s to the 1660s and 70s
  32. In England in the 16th century. – a tight-fitting men’s short jacket with long sleeves or sleeveless, with quilted wadding
  33. Double register in organ
  34. Stone of two halves
  1. the second copy of any thing, one of two identical objects; duplicate
  2. two consecutive shots from a hunting rifle with a short interval of time (not to be confused with a volley)
  3. a fake gemstone glued together from two parts, of which usually only the upper one is the real gemstone
  4. double register in organ
  5. linguistic (linguistic term) variant of a linguistic unit (phonetic, morphological, syntactic, stylistic)

Meaning of the word

DOUBLET, -A, Muzhkoy road

1. A second copy of something. Book doublet.In the same building, not far from the galleries, there is a special department -; All excess doublets of prints and engravings go here. Grigorovich, Ship “Retvizan”.

2. Hunt. A simultaneous shot from both barrels of a double-barreled hunting rifle.

doublet (French) doublet, from double) – double:

  • A doublet is a type of medieval men’s clothing, civilian, as well as military – in the form of underarmor.
  • Spectral doublet – double lines in the spectra of atoms (or ions) with one outer electron (for example, in the spectra of alkali metals). In nuclear magnetic resonance spectra, a doublet is a signal split into two peaks (or two multiplets) as a result of spin-spin interaction.
  • Language doublet or linguistic doublet.
  • Doublet (mathematics) – an ordered pair of hyperplanes of affine space
  • Doublet (lens) – a lens or its element consisting of two lenses
  • A shot from a double-barreled shotgun at once (a doublet is more often used).
  • One of two identical items, if only one is needed (for example, in a collection). “Second” in relation to “first”.
  • Double register in the organ
  • A fake jewel consisting of two parts glued together, where only the upper part is a real gem.
  • Same as doublet, especially in billiards.

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The answer to the question in the scanword (crossword) “Fake gem“, 5 (five) letters (first – s, last – z):

(Rhinestone) 0 0

Another answer: doublet

Other definitions (questions) for the word “rhinestone” (101)

  1. False stone
  2. Swarovski pebble
  3. Imitation gemstone, artificial diamond, diamond
  4. A glass pebble artfully imitating a precious stone
  5. Artificial lead glass stone imitating precious
  6. Glass in jewelry
  7. Precious surrogate
  8. Imitation crystal and lead gemstone
  9. “diamond” from Swarovski
  10. False Diamond
  11. Glass diamond
  12. Pebble in jewelry
  13. Bullshit, not a diamond
  14. Glass copy of diamond
  15. Pseudo-diamond
  16. Glass with diamond claims
  17. Jewelry stone
  18. Almost diamond
  19. Glass under the brulik
  20. Which artificial stone looks like a precious one?
  21. False Diamond
  22. Jewelry linden
  23. Imitation of drag. stone
  24. Diamond stone
  25. Shining stone
  26. Penny “diamond”
  27. Imitating Diamond
  28. Glass from Swarovski
  29. Artificial, fake stone
  30. Ersatz gemstone
  31. Imitation by Georg Strass
  32. Stone for jewelry
  33. A jewel from a jewelry store
  34. Diamond substitute
  35. “diamond” for those who are not too rich
  36. Linden gem
  37. Glass Jewel
  38. Glass Gem
  39. (named after the inventor, glassmaker and jeweler of the late 18th century.
  40. “Fake” stone
  41. Artificial diamond
  42. Imitation cut crystal gemstone
  43. Diamond replica
  44. A glass trying to imitate a diamond
  45. Rhinestone
  46. “Diamond” without any carats
  47. Glass “brulik”
  48. Artificial jewel. stone
  49. Linden diamond
  50. Pebble from Swarovski
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  52. “Diamond” from haberdashery
  53. Glass “diamond”
  54. Diamond is fake
  55. Fake gemstone
  56. “Diamond” from crystal
  57. Swarovski crystal
  58. The stone, named after the German glassmaker who invented it, is a good counterfeit for diamonds, emeralds, topazes and amethysts
  59. Artificial diamond
  60. Fake diamond
  61. “Jewelry Linden”
  62. Faceted glass from Swarovski
  63. Fake bryulik
  64. German jeweler who developed a method for producing artificial gemstones
  65. Artificial gem
  66. Crystal from Swarovski
  67. Glass fake gemstone
  68. “Brilliant” on the jacket
  69. Jewelry stone
  70. Imitation diamond
  71. Fake diamond
  72. Ersatz diamond
  73. Fake diamond
  74. Imitation diamond
  75. Sparkling Pebble
  76. Imitation gemstone
  77. Which glass has “diamond ambitions”
  78. Counterfeit lead-laced crystal gemstone
  79. fake diamond
  80. (named after the inventor, glassmaker and jeweler of the late 18th century, J. Strass) an artificial stone made from crystal with an admixture of lead, similar in brilliance and play to precious stones, a fake gemstone
  81. “Glass from Swarovski” at a diamond price
  82. Artificial stone, similar in brilliance and play of color shades to precious stone
  83. Glass shaped like a diamond
  84. Glass a la diamond
  85. Shiny pebble
  86. What is the name of the German jeweler who developed a method for producing artificial gemstones?
  87. “diamond” for those who are not rich
  88. Haberdashery briulik
  89. Imitation gemstone made from lead glass
  90. Diamond for the not rich
  91. Glass imitating a gemstone
  92. Artificial gemstone
  93. Linden diamond
  94. Face of costume jewelry
  95. Swarovski, stone
  96. Glass “diamond-like”
  97. Fake diamond
  98. Glamorous stone
  99. Cheap diamond clone
  100. Glass imitation jewel
  101. Pebble on clothes
  102. Glass, not diamond
  1. fake gemstone made of crystal with an admixture of lead

Meaning of the word

RHINESTER, -A, Muzhkoy road
An artificial stone made from crystal with an admixture of lead, similar in brilliance and play to precious stones.

[After the name of the inventor, jeweler J. Straz]

Rhinestones (from the German Strass, named after the inventor, glassmaker and jeweler of the late 18th century G. Strass) – imitations of precious stones made of lead glass with a high refractive index and dispersion.

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