I have a little heathen god—Gautama; alabaster—and a mummied cat.
If by any accident, marble or alabaster happen to be broken, it may be strongly cemented together in the following manner.
The head of the magistrate was half hidden by the paper, his brow was like alabaster.
At one end there will be sure to be the image of the teacher, wrought in alabaster.
A lovely figure, as white and almost as clear as alabaster, was lying on the bed.
Come and wash in the fountains that fall into the basins of crystal and alabaster.
Tancred rushed to her side; she was quite insensible, and pale as alabaster.
At the head stood an alabaster vase (X, 31) of a late Neolithic shape.
I should be in the Alabaster Hall, waiting till Charmion came forth.
Dost forget how nigh thou wast to death there in the Alabaster Hall?