topaz

[ UK /tˈɒpæz/ ]
[ US /ˈtoʊˌpæz/ ]
NOUN
  1. a yellow quartz
  2. a light brown the color of topaz
  3. a mineral (fluosilicate of aluminum) that occurs in crystals of various colors and is used as a gemstone
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How To Use topaz In A Sentence

  • Gem varieties include topazolite, similar in color and transparency to topaz; demantoid, a green variety with a high dispersion and adamantine luster, sometimes miscalled olivine and Uralian emerald; and black melanite.
  • The name memorialized the maggot emerging from poor Liliths topaz-studded nostril. Dancing with Werewolves
  • Boucheron won the day, and will be auctioning an exquisite brooch of diamonds, rock crystal, topaz and emeralds, with the cash donated to the new foundation.
  • It discovered that the colors of several gem minerals - including pearl, sapphire, quartz, kunzite, and topaz - can be changed by the USPS irradiation method.
  • A number of obsolete and superfluous names have been assigned to Franklin andradite, among them are the polyadelphite of Thomson, melanite of Seybert and Seymour, and also colophonite, topazolite, and titanmelanite, all of obscure origin locally.
  • A greisen is a quartz - mica aggregate containing significant amounts of cassiterite, wolframite, fluorite, topaz, rutile, and tourmaline.
  • You will need a solar stone, such as citrine, yellow topaz, carnelian or yellow tiger's eye.
  • Other slaves cut and shaped the amethysts, topazes, emeralds, and diamonds that often filled the gold and silver settings.
  • This topazolite thumbnail is from one of the few good locales for this variety of andradite - San Benito County, California.
  • The name topazolite is considered obsolete by many, with yellow andradite or yellow demantoid being preferred names for the stones described.
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