from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A light green or light grayish-green variety of translucent chalcedony.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A variety of cryptocrystalline of a leek-green colour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A variety of cryptocrystalline of a leek-green color.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cryptocrystalline variety of quartz, of a leek-green color. See quartz.
I could say or coin a prase like Homogender or something but isn't sexuality is sexuality, gender is gender.
* Spelled the first time through as "prase", in accordance with the ancient laws of the internet that dictate any comment about grammar or spelling must itself contain at least one mistake of the category it criticizes.
If they want to serve in this world where war is everywhere I prase them for serving.
The members were termed Wissenden, or initiated, answering to the modern prase of Illuminati.
Thirty years in the advertising business - "the propaganda industry" - have caused me to always try to reduce complex ideas down to a prase that makes a headline ... or something that will fit on a bumper sticker.
Asimov had the crutch prase "to be sure" which, as much as I love his work, used to annoy the heck out of me.
Green jade looks like chrysoprase, emerald, or prase.
One can mistake cut and polished chrysoprase for emerald, glass, jade, or prase.
One could mistake cut and polished prase for chrysoprase, growstone, or green jade.
Humans can mistake leaf grow stone for chrysoprase, glass, jade, or prase.
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