Thesaurus / minerals
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


These minerals are rare, and the implements made of them were small chisel-like blades, rarely exceeding an inch in length.

The gossan does not often carry much value, though it may show traces of minerals which suggest what may be found below.

It is poor (except some minerals of which there is a world glut).

After the RainSam Vaknin

If not occurring in the particular locality it may be obtained from a dealer in minerals at slight expense.

Minerals; generally, limestone, and excellent for buildings.

The acquisition of a scientific knowledge of minerals should also be facilitated in this quarter.

Its back-bone is not a continuation of the rich Sierra Nevada, but of the coast range, which is poor in minerals.

Mexico and its ReligionRobert A. Wilson

Other minerals that have been discovered but have not been industrially developed are gypsum, lignite and cement rock.

The beauty of women you will admire in these pictures only; the beauty of Nature in these stones and minerals.

I must advise the Congress that we are rapidly becoming a "have not" Nation as to many of our minerals.