aquamarine

[ ak-wuh-muh-reen, ah-kwuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF aquamarine

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The sky is just as clear as the Queen's ear-rings of aquamarine.

We sat in the aquamarine twilight, and Fern was shivering, and I put my arm around her.

Topaz and aquamarine occur in hollows in the granite of the Mournes.

That piece of aquamarine he sent her when she graduated—it's worth a lot of money.

Do they still match my aquamarine, or must it be gray sapphires the next time?

Aquamarine, a name given to some of the finest varieties of beryl of a sea-green or blue colour.

Very effective combinations of the aquamarine and blue species with the yellow may be recommended.

In the full sunlight the outline of islands was clear-cut—red-and-gray-rock above an aquamarine sea.

Wine-red, aquamarine, pearl-white, and pale gold they gleamed and nodded from slender stems.

He saw de Verceuil as well, coming across the hall almost at a run, just ahead of the contessa, his aquamarine cloak flying.

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