Jewel in the crown

Idiom

Jewel in the crown

Definition

Refers to something that is the best or most important part of something else

Examples

She was the jewel in the crown of the company, she was their most valuable asset.

His new car is the jewel in the crown of his collection.

His incredible intelligence was the jewel in the crown of the team.

She was the jewel in the crown of the fashion show.

His vocal talent was the jewel in the crown of the musical.

Origin

British Raj, where the British crown jewels were highly valued

FAQs

Q

What does the idiom ‘Jewel in the Crown’ mean?

A

The idiom ‘Jewel in the Crown’ refers to something that is the best or most important part of something else.