Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: diamonds
IPA transcription: [d'aɪməndz]
Usage examples
  • 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."