Locket [noun]

Definition of Locket:

precious stones, metals worn as decoration

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Sentence/Example of Locket:

This underwent the same strict scrutiny that he had bestowed upon the locket, but his countenance betrayed still deeper emotion.

It was an old fashioned golden locket bearing miniatures of her father and mother with their names and the date of their marriage.

It was many hours later that Octavie drew the locket from her bosom and looked at Edmond with a questioning appeal in her glance.

It was through him, Maud, that they obtained the locket, with its picture of Bruce and Ivarene.

My baby dear I deck with my mother's locket, where is the picture of dear Bruce and me—my dear mother's name on it: Morelia.

This single hair was a great responsibility to Michael, until he placed it in a silver locket to wear round his neck.

After a time, as if to ascertain whether it were really a locket, or a watch, he asked "if Miss Howard could tell him the hour."

He noticed, however, as he walked out that the shopman was missing the locket.

Another instant and he would be arrested and the locket found on his person.

Don't yer think, Cinderella, as it wor he put the locket in your pocket?