Part of speech:
A very clear, brilliant glass
(--- Informal) A diamond or similar gem
A gem, esp. a diamond, cut in a certain way with many facets for maximum brilliance
A binocular or field glass.
A rare and costly gem
(Games) Any of a number of card games played by one person.
Popular music evolved from rock-and-roll, variously containing elements of folk music, country music, etc. and now often emphasizing loudness, distortion, the use of electronic synthesizers, etc.
A crystalline jewel
A person whose work is cutting sheets of glass to desired sizes or shapes
An instrument using a diamond
Something resembling frozen water:
A four-sided planar figure with a diamondlike shape; a rhombus that is not a square.
An equilateral parallelogram, esp. one without right angles
A rhombohedral crystal.
A four-sided area
Used adverbially to mean “to a great degree or extent” or “frequently”:
(Slang) The approximately proper range, as of possibilities or alternatives:
An area of land devoted to the cultivation of fruit trees or nut trees
The feeding or grazing of animals.
A baseball playing field, particularly the infield
Bearing or yielding diamonds.
Any of several crystalline forms of a chemical element. Charcoal, graphite, and diamond are all allotropes of carbon.
Poorly crystallized diamonds used for industrial cutting and abrasion.
An extremely hard mineral occurring in many colors, either as shapeless grains or as rhombohedral crystals. It also occurs in gem varieties such as ruby and sapphire and in a dark-colored variety that is used for polishing and scraping. Corundum is found in igneous and carbonate rocks. Chemical formula: Al2O3.
A precious or semiprecious stone that may be used as a jewel when cut and polished.
A flawless diamond of at least 100 carats.
A brown to colorless mineral, ZrSiO4 , which is heated, cut, and polished to form a brilliant blue-white gem.
the baseball playing field
The square area enclosed by the four base lines on a baseball field
An extremely hard substance.
A very hard, yellowish or greenish mineral, BeAl2O4, used as a gem; beryllium aluminum oxide
A yellowish-green, reddish, or brownish variety of olivine
A transparent, green variety of garnet used as a gem.
A very hard, deep orange-red variety of chalcedony, used in jewelry, etc.
A crystalline jewel
A circular band, usually of precious metal and often set with gems, worn on the finger as an ornament or a symbol of betrothal, marriage, etc.
A small, armed, engine-powered ship, used by the Coast Guard as for patrol duty
A colorless artificial gem made of hard glass that is cut so as to look somewhat like a cut diamond
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