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opposites of veined

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He was modeled for speed, and speed alone, from the tips of his veined ears to his small, polished hoofs.
THE MAN FROM JERICHOEDWIN CARLILE LITSEY
The sepals are veined with deeper lilac and blotched with orange.
The golden hair fell forward upon a forehead of pearly whiteness, veined at the temples with delicate lines of blue.
THE TORRENTVICENTE BLASCO IBAEZ
What joy she seemed to promise, what delicate enticement, with every veined quivering leaf!
FRATERNITYJOHN GALSWORTHY
This is a variety of the preceding, distinguished by the color of the leaves, which are veined, and streaked with red.
It was a frosty crimson in color, veined with sparkling gold.
Then it again narrows, and the waters rush wildly and tumultuously through walls of dark stone, veined with gray and lavender.
ALASKAELLA HIGGINSON
His hands, which grasped the doorposts uncompromisingly to bar the way, were lean and veined and old.
THE KILLERSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
They collect water-worn stones, quaintly shaped rocks, and veined pebbles for the ornamentation of their homes.
FROM SEA TO SEARUDYARD KIPLING
Is that the way a stone is shaped, the way a cloud is wreathed, the way a leaf is veined?

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