Definition of Aquamarines

1. Noun. (plural of aquamarine) ¹



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Definition of Aquamarines

1. aquamarine [n] - See also: aquamarine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aquamarines

aquafers
aquafortis
aquagenic
aquagenic pruritus
aquaholic
aquaholics
aquaintance
aquaintances
aqualfs
aqualung
aqualungs
aquamanile
aquamaniles
aquamanilia
aquamarine
aquamarines (current term)
aquametric
aquametrics
aquamolalities
aquamolality
aquanaut
aquanauts
aquapark
aquaparks
aquaphobe
aquaphobes
aquaphobia
aquaphobias
aquaphobic
aquaplane

Literary usage of Aquamarines

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1. Ireland's Literary Renaissance by Ernest Augustus Boyd (1922)
"A few poems such as that just quoted still have a little of the Celtic quality, but in Songs of the Morning and aquamarines one feels how easily ..."

2. Ireland's Literary Renaissance: Further Reviews of Diaries from the by Arthur Ponsonby Ponsonby (1922)
"In aquamarines, particularly, there is a dead level of pretty, well-made verse, which would never have obtained for the poetess the degree of favour she ..."

3. Rocks, Minerals, and Stocks by Frederick Henry Smith (1882)
"There is a tendency in aquamarines towards a double refraction power somewhat ... aquamarines are very hard, as seen by the point given in the description, ..."

4. Can Grande's Castle by Amy ( Lowell (1918)
"aquamarines; a jewel-box set down in a seaside garden. ... aquamarines, did I say? Sapphires, beryls, lapis-lazuli, amethysts, and felspar. ..."

5. The Mines of Colorado by Ovando James Hollister (1867)
"Both the emeralds and aquamarines make beautiful and valuable gems. An aquamarine in the possession of the writer, obtained in Albany, Maine, in 1862, ..."

6. The Mineral Deposits of South America by Joseph Theophilus Singewald, Benjamin LeRoy Miller (1919)
"loids in the State of Rio Grande do Sul, although the principal supplies have come from the states of Bahia and Minas Geraes. aquamarines. ..."

7. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1922)
"... by Dr. E. Reuning, of aquamarines and rose- quartz in pegmatite about three miles to the north of Rössing Station, and about a mile to the east of the ..."

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