Definition of Golden cup

1. Noun. Native of Mexican highlands grown for its glossy clear yellow flowers and blue-grey finely dissected foliage.

Exact synonyms: Hunnemania Fumariifolia, Mexican Tulip Poppy
Generic synonyms: Poppy
Group relationships: Genus Hunnemania, Hunnemannia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Golden Cup

golden ager
golden algae
golden aster
golden barrel cactus
golden boy
golden boys
golden calf
golden calla
golden chain
golden chinkapin
golden clematis
golden club
golden crown beard
golden crownbeard
golden cup (current term)
golden duck
golden eagle
golden eagles
golden everlasting
golden fairy lantern
golden fern
golden fig
golden fruit dove
golden girl
golden girls
golden glow
golden goal
golden goals
golden goose

Literary usage of Golden cup

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1. A True Interpretation of All the Chief Texts, and Mysterious Sayings and by Lodowick Muggleton (1808)
"and put them to death, for death is the wine of her wrath ; for the blood of the saints is lhat wine of her wrath, which is put into her golden cup that is ..."

2. The Ancient Bronze Implements, Weapons, and Ornaments of Great Britain and by John Evans (1881)
"... the nobler metal may also prove to have been made in bronze, although as yet no examples have been discovered. The Bottom of cop. Fig. 809.— golden cup ..."

3. The Poetical Works of John Payne by John Payne (1902)
"THE golden cup. Who has of Jaafer not, the Barmecide, Heard and how great and glorious far and wide He was from Oman to the China Sea? ..."

4. Gossip from Paris During the Second Empire: Correspondence (1864-1869) of by Anthony B. North Peat (1903)
"... handed him the golden cup. This explanation was received by the court in profound silence, and the case handed over to the ecclesiastical commission, ..."

5. The Play Way: An Essay in Educational Method by Henry Caldwell Cook (1917)
"I therefore suggested that the golden cup should be in the keeping of a lady. She lived in a castle and was a kind of magician. She had been instructed by ..."

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