She wore turbans with ostrich feathers; she wore emeralds and amethysts, and she actually wore little crowns.
BABIES wearing emeralds?
She wore emeralds, priceless-and useless.
I might just as well have come out of the relay-sweep wearing a crown of gold and emeralds and rubies half a meter high.
The Empress is wearing pearls, emeralds and sapphires in her tiara, collar, necklace and earrings.
A single curl fell down over her shoulder, and she wore emeralds in her ears that were outshone by her eyes.
About her stretched and bony neck she wore a garishly large ying lo, the fake rubies and emeralds like pigeons' eggs.
XII This time she was wearing emeralds, an entire sheath covered with them.
The eldest wore emeralds, the second turquoises, and the youngest diamonds, and thus adorned they went to meet the King, singing verses which they had composed about his victories.
Women wore emeralds, useless, lovely emeralds.