Definition of Beryline

1. beryl [adj] - See also: beryl



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beryline

berthierites
berthing
berthings
berthollide
berthollides
berths
berthside
bertiellosis
bertilimumab
bertillonage
bertossaite
bertram
bertrandite
berycoid
beryl
beryline (current term)
berylium
beryllate
beryllia
beryllias
beryllide
beryllides
berylliferous
berylline
beryllioses
berylliosis
beryllite
beryllium
beryllium-9
beryllium bronze

Literary usage of Beryline

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1. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1903)
"... From the ruby-rimmed beryline buckets Star-gemmed, lily-shaped, hyaline; Like the sweet golden goblet found growing On the wild emerald cucumber-tree, ..."

2. Primary Object Lessons: For Training the Senses and Developing the Faculties by Norman Allison Calkins (1898)
"beryline—a delicate pale green, the color of the beryl or aqua marine. TEA COLOR, or TEA GREEN—a tint of olive-green; olive-green made very light by mixing ..."

3. Passages from the Correspondence and Other Papers of Rufus W. Griswold by Rufus Wilmot Griswold (1898)
"... From the ruby-rimmed beryline bucket« Star-gemmed, lily-shaped, hyaline; Like the sweet golden goblet found growing On the wild emerald cucumber-tree, ..."

4. Kentuckians in History and Literature by John Wilson Townsend (1907)
"... Prom the ruby-rimmed beryline buckets, Star-gemmed, lily-shaped, hyaline; Like the sweet golden goblet found growing On the wild emerald cucumber-tree, ..."

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