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Each bound to the other, through all the vicissitudes of life, in adamantine bonds of love and admiration!
The Jew is the dreamer in action, combining fluid imagination with adamantine purpose.
MODERNITIESHORACE BARNETT SAMUEL
This electronic device Nick had stolen to operate the three ponderous triple-fold gates of adamantine, brass and iron.
Moreover, the Hostel's point of view on the subject was as adamantine as it was universal.
THE WAR-WORKERSE.M. DELAFIELD
Watching us over the adamantine walls and all that kind of thing.
THE WONDERFUL VISITHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
It was a well-spread stone, of a beautiful pale rose-colour, and of an adamantine hardness.
And our first discovery will be that such communication has adamantine limitations.
The hair-brown and reddish-brown crystals are called adamantine spar.
This ore in its purest state, is colourless and transparent like glass, with an adamantine lustre.
He masked the adamantine hardness of his grasping nature beneath an air of generous and bluff good-fellowship.
'ME-SMITH'CAROLINE LOCKHART

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