Definition of Lazulis
1. lazuli [n] - See also: lazuli
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Literary usage of Lazulis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Birds of the Rockies by Leander Sylvester Keyser (1902)
"My saunter- ings among the mountains took me into the haunts of the lazulis, but I regret to have to confess that all my alertness was of so little avail ..."
2. A History of French Painting from Its Earliest to Its Latest Practice by Clara Cornelia Harrison Stranahan (1888)
"... the gold of the yellows, the lazulis of the intense blues, in which satins shimmer and velvets tremble," says an enthusiastic admirer, Claretie. ..."
3. The Saturday Magazine (1836)
""Being come into the church," says Evelyn "you see nothing, and tread on nothing, but what is precious. The floor is all inlaid with agates, lazulis, ..."
4. Indo-Aryans: Contributions Towards the Elucidation of Their Ancient and by Raja Rājendralāla Mitra (1881)
"... and some like elephants; some painted with gateways of lapis-lazuli, some gilt, some bedecked with rubies and pearls and lapis-lazulis, and other gems ..."
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