obsidian[ uh b-sid-ee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF obsidian
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Agates, cornelians, obsidian, are also among the products of this nature.
“Looks like black glass, sir,” said Ned, kicking a piece of obsidian.
I was to do the heating of the obsidian and Pitamakan was to do the flaking.
Their weapons were slings, spears, and arrows with points made of obsidian or bone.
But many of them are of obsidian, some of which are beautifully clear.
Her eyes, unveiled, black as obsidian, raised to meet Geo's.
Scarabs of obsidian and crystal date back to the 4th dynasty.
We found among the ruins a few crude potsherds and some bits of obsidian.
Obsidian Cliff is the next object of special interest which is witnessed.
The obsidian eyes of the mummy seemed to follow him as he went about his task.