Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Containing or resembling copper; having any quality of copper: as, a coppery solution; a coppery taste.
- adj. Resembling the metal copper, especially in color.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Mixed with copper; containing copper, or made of copper; like copper.
- adj. of something having the color of copper
- copper + -y (Wiktionary)
“Ginny was half a block away, her voluptuous bottom sheathed in coppery velvet.”
“My hair is like an almost blonde almost brown kind of coppery color and when it gets wet its basically black.”
“One of them is a bitter or "coppery" taste in the mouth, notably in the early morning.”
“The type of fear that radiates through your guts and leaves a coppery taste in your mouth that no mouthwash shall ever make clean.”
“His smooth skin was coppery, his blue-black hair a shimmering curtain around his shoulders.”
“He lifted his head, searching for the smell of coppery blood.”
“The lurid coppery glow had vanished, and the sky thickened and lowered until the darkness was as that of a late twilight.”
“It was larger than the first and more coppery in hue.”
“More blood wine, some ready and tasting of alcohol, other bottles unfinished and familiar in their coppery flavor.”
“A coppery swell of my own blood pooled in my mouth.”
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