silvern

ADJECTIVE
  1. resembling or reminiscent of silver
    singing in her silvery tones
    a soft silvern voice
  2. having the white lustrous sheen of silver
    a land of silver (or silvern) rivers where the salmon leap
    repeated scrubbings have given the wood a silvery sheen
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How To Use silvern In A Sentence

  • In the night, the sea colored, I had a split silvern mermaid tail beneath the sea blue in waves' crests and in foam. Susanne Jorn
  • Her hair was a pale, silvern blond.
  • Now it fortuned, by the ordinance of Destiny and fore-ordained Fate, that the King had two stallions, own brothers,551 such as the Chosroe Kings might sigh in vain to possess themselves of one of them; they were called Sábik and Láhik552 and one of them was pure silvern white while the other was black as the darksome night. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Now it fortuned, by the ordinance of Destiny and fore-ordained Fate, that the King had two stallions, own brothers,551 such as the Chosroe Kings might sigh in vain to possess themselves of one of them; they were called Sábik and Láhik552 and one of them was pure silvern white while the other was black as the darksome night. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • One of the few rational things I have met with, Eleanor, in the works of your very objectionable pet Mr. Carlyle -- though indeed his style is too intolerable to have allowed me to read much -- is the remark that 'speech is silver' -- 'silvern' he calls it, pedantically -- 'while silence is golden.' Alton Locke, Tailor and Poet An Autobiography
  • Speech is silver (or silvern), silence is golden. 
  • Speech is silver (or silvern), silence is golden. 
  • Silence is golden, but speech is silver [silvern]. 
  • Speech is silver [silvern], (but) silence is gold [golden]. 
  • Speech is silver [silvern], (but) silence is gold [golden]. 
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