Synonyms
Etymology

1. sequin

noun. ['ˈsiːkwən, ˈsiːkwɪn'] adornment consisting of a small piece of shiny material used to decorate clothing.

Synonyms

  • adornment
  • diamante

Etymology

  • sequin (French)
  • zecchino (Italian)

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Words that Rhyme with Sequin

  • aldwin
  • aldwyn
  • algonquin
  • alwin
  • alwyn
  • audwin
  • aylwin
  • baldwin
  • berwyn
  • borwn
  • bronwen
  • bronwyn
  • chatwin
  • chetwin
  • corwin
  • darwin
  • delwin
  • delwyn
  • derwin
  • durwin

Example sentences of the word sequin


1. Noun, singular or mass
You will have to pull slowly so the sequin fabric does not pull, tear or stretch.

2. Adjective
These sequin hangers are so easy to put together, you can spoil yourself and your BFFs.

3. Coordinating conjunction
Fancied up with jumbo daisy & sequin flower sprinkles, they are almost too sweet to eat.

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