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bling-bling

1. n. fancy jewelry, especially chains and the like that sparkle or tinkle when in motion. (Streets.) All that bling-bling’s gonna give you a sore neck!
2. mod. fancy or sparkly, from the glimmer of light. (Streets.) Tiff! Your chains are so bling-bling!
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Bling-Bling has been admitted into the Oxford English Dictionary
Categories include: Best In Show, Best Technology, Best Quality Ringtone, Best Interaction with Artist, Best Mobile Music Game, Most Popular Ringtone, Most Innovative Music Content or Service, Best Mobile Bling-Bling (Accessory), Best Carrier Music Service, Best Mobile Music Artist, Best Music Handset, Mobile Vanguard Award (Lifetime Achievement Award).
Not coincidentally, hip-hop's bling-bling lifestyle and its chart-topping gangsta-rap cast generate more than $10 billion a year.
Jennifer Lopez hasn't given up her bling-bling lifestyle to work as a dog walker.
This ain't no bling-bling mothafuckaz, this shit is hurt-hurt.
The character: Big talker, big dreamer, likes the bling-bling, lies about slaying a shark so he can live the high life.
FLASHY bling-bling jewellery coveted by style-conscious men sent sales of earrings and bracelets to more than pounds 2.
Who knew three guys from Virginia could make such an impact in this bling-bling bitnez?
And with R&B singer Usher also hailing David as his favourite sportsman, it looks like the footy hero may be finding more success as a bling-bling star than his wife.
Posh and Becks epitomised the bling-bling look when they wore matching white Dolce&Gabbana outfits at the MTV Movie Awards in the US recently.
None of the flashy bling-bling artists, that don't inspire me.
You can also gawk at a 44-pound hunk of gold - a crystalline leaf specimen still in its natural form - or buy lesser bling-bling at the jewelry shop.
We were hoping to get some bling-bling in our goodie bags but it was not to be.
Not so fast you bling-bling heads, I don't mean "rocks