Definition of Alpine gold

1. Noun. Low tufted plant having hairy stems each topped by a flower head with short narrow yellow rays; northwestern United States.

Exact synonyms: Alpine Hulsea, Hulsea Algida
Generic synonyms: Wild Flower, Wildflower
Group relationships: Genus Hulsea, Hulsea

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alpine Gold

alpine ash
alpine azalea
alpine bearberry
alpine bullhead
alpine bullheads
alpine chough
alpine choughs
alpine clover
alpine clubmoss
alpine coltsfoot
alpine gold (current term)
alpine goldenrod
alpine hulsea
alpine milk vetch
alpine newt
alpine newts
alpine salamander
alpine skiing
alpine sunflower
alpine totara

Literary usage of Alpine gold

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Treatise on Ore Deposits by Bernhard von Cotta, Frederick Prime (1870)
"more southerly, again occur auriferous lodes; is it attempted to unite them as a sort of continuation of the alpine gold-belt, itself very incomplete, ..."

2. Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History: Delivered at by Eugene O'Curry (1878)
"... The pleasantest of the pleasant it is ; All over a blaze of alpine gold, At the foot of her beautiful couch. " A gorgeous couch, in full array, ..."

3. Bards of the Gael and Gall: Examples of the Poetic Literature of Erinn, Done by George Sigerson (1907)
"... Ever fairer and more fair ; • By dainty bed 'tis shining, alpine gold round it twining. O'er this chair, like a bower, Crew's couch seems to tower ..."

4. The Song Lore of Ireland: Erin's Story in Music and Verse by Redfern Mason (1910)
"... The pleasantest of the pleasant it is, All over a blaze of alpine gold, At the foot of the beautiful couch. A golden couch in full array Stands directly ..."

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