[ em-er-uh ld, em-ruh ld ]
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Also introduced the brogue and the shamrock into the Emerald Isle.

We were soon in bed, and at ten o'clock started for Emerald and Springsure.

At Emerald, the rail to Springsure branches off from the main line to Barceldine.

There 's scarce a snake of any size hasn't an emerald or splice of gold in him.

It lies between the Duke's and Squire Hillcrist's—an emerald isle.

You wore evening dress, and I saw that emerald ring you have now on your finger.

There was also an Australian opal and an Asian emerald, the latter greener than the grass.

Before them was a square, grassy place, smooth and green as an emerald.

Is not the quip of the Curé worthy of any son of the Emerald Isle?

"It is a vase made of an emerald stone," answered the stranger.