jasper

[ US /ˈdʒæspɝ/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈɑːspɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an opaque form of quartz; red or yellow or brown or dark green in color; used for ornamentation or as a gemstone
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How To Use jasper In A Sentence

  • The surface of the land is scattered with fragments of white silex and fine red jasper, banded with black oligistic iron: this rock, close, hard, and fine enough to bear cutting, appears everywhere in scatters and amongst the conglomerates. The Land of Midian
  • These include aquamarine, chrome diopside, diamond, jade, labradorite, forsterite, opal, pyrope, variscite, and many unique agates and jaspers.
  • Pis Jasper joue tout seul et s'en fout quand je joue avec lui alors autant m'occuper de vous: p pinku-tk Diary Entry
  • The family dog Jasper, a brown spotted Dalmatian, strained at his lead as master and family passed by.
  • A limited edition of 1,000 white on pale blue Jasper 8-inch plates, featuring the Home Office seal, were produced.
  • I knew that keeping Jasper amused, making him happy, and keeping myself deserving of him, was my one achievement.
  • The loneliness of keeping the secret can bury you. It helped bury Jasper.
  • The depictions of birds and flowers were executed in precious materials including lapis lazuli, agate, Sicilian red and green jasper, chalcedony, amethyst and quartz as well as superb hard stones.
  • All of a sudden the great sheltering limbs of the trees over Jasperwood look like ceiling beams in a quake-shaken house, ready to crash down.
  • The Lake Superior iron formations now consist near the surface mainly of interbanded quartz (or chert) and hematite, called _jasper_ or _ferruginous chert_ or _taconite_. The Economic Aspect of Geology
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