Definition of Rubellites

1. Noun. (plural of rubellite) ¹



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Definition of Rubellites

1. rubellite [n] - See also: rubellite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubellites

rubella
rubella HI test
rubella cataract
rubella immunization
rubella panencephalitis
rubella vaccine
rubella virus
rubella virus vaccine
rubellalike
rubellan
rubellans
rubellas
rubellin
rubellite
rubellites (current term)
rubels
rubeola
rubeola virus
rubeolar
rubeolas
rubeosis
ruberythric acid
ruberythrinic
ruberythrinic acid
rubes
rubescence
rubescences
rubescent
rubiaceae

Literary usage of Rubellites

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1. The Popular Science Monthly (1874)
"Of rubellites from Elba there are more than fifty specimens, some of them reposing upon the native rock; others are terminated detached crystals of various ..."

2. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1874)
"Of rubellites from there are more than fifty specimens, some of them reposing upon I native rock ; others are terminated detached crystals of various sha of ..."

3. Brazil in 1912 by J. C. Oakenfull (1913)
"Value of rubellites on spot, from ID5. to 155. the gramme. ... Recent finds oi rubellites, one 13 X 6 centimetres, one end rose violet, £37 1os. ; one 9x3 ..."

4. The Tourmaline: Its Relation as a Gem; Its Complex Nature; Its Wonderful by Augustus Choate Hamlin (1873)
"Some curious specimens of altered rubellites have been found at this place. They seem to have changed into lepidolite, and still retain some of the ..."

5. The Tourmaline: Its Relation as a Gem; Its Complex Nature; Its Wonderful by Augustus Choate Hamlin (1873)
"Some curious specimens of altered rubellites have been found at this place. They seem to have changed into lepidolite, and still retain some of the ..."

6. Gems and Precious Stones of North America: A Popular Description of Their by George Frederick Kunz (1890)
"Some of the finest cut rubellites and green tourmalines are in the possession of members of the family of Professor Shepard. One of the finest known, ..."

7. A System of Mineralogy, Comprising the Most Recent Discoveries: Including by James Dwight Dana (1854)
"Some rubellites and green tourmalines at Che*- terfield are hollow, evidently from decomposition and removal of the interior; and in the cavities are ..."

8. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1902)
"... colored diamonds, sapphires, both yellow and green (Oriental topaz and emerald), rubellites, red zircon, moldavite (the rare green obsidian of Moravia), ..."

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