Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [d'aɪməndz]
I hate the diamonds.
"Are they diamonds?"
Were the stones he had real diamonds?
"Then they are diamonds?" asked Tom, eagerly.
"It is enough for me to know that they are diamonds.
Here I exchanged some of my diamonds for merchandise.
Every one of these canvas-bags was full of loose diamonds.
Tom noticed at once that the word "diamonds" was not used.
"Why, you've got both Diamonds with you," said Miss Coleman.
They were diamonds for exhibition purposes --probably glass."