Diamond synonyms

dī'ə-mənd, dī'mənd
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A very clear, brilliant glass
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(--- Informal) A diamond or similar gem
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A gem, esp. a diamond, cut in a certain way with many facets for maximum brilliance
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A binocular or field glass.
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A rare and costly gem
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(Games) Any of a number of card games played by one person.
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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.
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A crystalline jewel
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A person whose work is cutting sheets of glass to desired sizes or shapes
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An instrument using a diamond
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A playing field on which the game of baseball is played.
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Something resembling frozen water:
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A four-sided planar figure with a diamondlike shape; a rhombus that is not a square.
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An equilateral parallelogram, esp. one without right angles
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A rhombohedral crystal.
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A four-sided area
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Used adverbially to mean “to a great degree or extent” or “frequently”:
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(Slang) The approximately proper range, as of possibilities or alternatives:
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A vacant lot where children play.
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An area of land devoted to the cultivation of fruit trees or nut trees
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The feeding or grazing of animals.
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A baseball playing field, particularly the infield
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Unyielding; firm
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Bearing or yielding diamonds.
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Any of several crystalline forms of a chemical element. Charcoal, graphite, and diamond are all allotropes of carbon.
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Poorly crystallized diamonds used for industrial cutting and abrasion.
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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.
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A precious or semiprecious stone that may be used as a jewel when cut and polished.
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A hunter
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A flawless diamond of at least 100 carats.
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A brown to colorless mineral, ZrSiO4 , which is heated, cut, and polished to form a brilliant blue-white gem.
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the baseball playing field
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A four-cornered part of a baseball field in which the corners are the three bases and the home plate.
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The square area enclosed by the four base lines on a baseball field
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An extremely hard substance.
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A green chalcedony that has been sprinkled with red spots (which resemble blood, hence the name).
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A very hard, yellowish or greenish mineral, BeAl2O4, used as a gem; beryllium aluminum oxide
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A yellowish-green, reddish, or brownish variety of olivine
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A transparent, green variety of garnet used as a gem.
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A very hard, deep orange-red variety of chalcedony, used in jewelry, etc.
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A ring given to someone one's fiancé, signifying a promise to wed, typically a gold band with one or more diamonds or other precious stones.
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A crystalline jewel
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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.
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A ring (often ornamental and/or precious) designed to be worn on a finger.
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A small, armed, engine-powered ship, used by the Coast Guard as for patrol duty
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A colorless artificial gem made of hard glass that is cut so as to look somewhat like a cut diamond
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Find another word for diamond. In this page you can discover 55 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for diamond, like: crystal, sparkler, brilliant, jewel, glass, precious-stone, solitaire, rock, diamond chips or flakes, glass-cutter and diamond point.