• WordNet 3.6
    • n cufflink jewelry consisting of one of a pair of linked buttons used to fasten the cuffs of a shirt
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Sure beat a new pair of cufflinks.
The head of Vienna's Jewish community is criticizing Austria's rightist leader for posting a cartoon showing a banker with a large hooked nose and Star of David cufflinks profiting from Europe's financial crisis.
Is there a Philly barman more eccentric yet talented than the singularly-named LĂȘe, the cufflinked, outspoken owner of Chinatown's Hop Sing Laundromat.
NYPD Officer Larry DePrimo holds a pair of cufflinks that Commissioner Kelly gave him/Charles Eckert.
The groom, a 27-year-old sound technician, will be donning Green Lantern-esque accents over his rented tux, with a green vest, green tie, green cufflinks and a boutineer made from Green Lantern comic book s.
Vintage Los Angeles Angels cufflinks.
Cufflinks are part of the problem: even when they are plain, they can appear quite formal, nevermind that many of them are also adorned with shell, lacquer, engravings and even jewels.
So it's time to get back those cufflinks.
Willard was adjusting his left cufflink when he found Dorothy dead in the dryer, mummied in bloodstained linen and down.