mineral[ min-er-uh l, min-ruh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF mineral
Synonyms for mineral
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A mineral that gives off heat and stimulates the organ that a scientist is a fool with.
The tale of the resources of California—vegetable and mineral—is a fairy-tale.
The idea of anybody trying to hold our place for mineral land!
The five lowest levels were underground and all were labelled "Mineral Industries."
He was eating little, and drank only mineral water from a stone bottle.
Is the mineral the best for the use Mr. Kenyon has indicated?
That barrel contains the mineral from the mine, which we hope will prove so valuable.
Saying this, he took out of his pocket the specimen of mineral which he had brought with him.
To tell the truth, I did not know much about the other mineral.'
Melville was to submit this mineral to Brand, and let me know what he thought about it.