Definitions

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  • adjective of green tinged with amber

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Examples

  • Mykel sensed violent pulses of brilliant amber-green energy flowing somewhere in the ground, not beneath him, but both to the north and south.

    Soarer's Choice

  • He could sense, not just the single "line" of the translation tube above him, but also a web of interconnected blackish green with points of brilliant amber-green.

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  • While the flashes of purple were fewer than when he had translated to Blackstear, there were far more than there had been even a few months before, and the amber-green links reverberated in the immeasurable distance.

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  • Somewhere in the depths, as well, Dainyl had sensed the amber-green of the ancients, implacable and distant, yet somehow nearer and stronger.

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  • In the dark amber-green of the web, he forced his sluggish thoughts back to what he had to do.

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  • He felt that it had somehow become amber-green, yet when he had glimpsed it, the distant ramparts had only appeared dark gray.

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  • An intense line of brilliant amber-green flared from the ancient to the pteridon, so bright that Dainyl blinked and then closed his eyes momentarily against the glare.

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  • He'd had dreams of battles, with pteridons fighting pteridons and lightcannon turning the sky into a web of crisscrossing lines of blue flame, of ancients taking an oversized beaker and pouring green fluids down his throat until he burst ... and of amber-green barriers walling off the sun itself and soarers hovering around him chanting, "Change or die ... change or die."

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  • He stood on the Table in Dereka, belatedly realizing that he had not even checked on the purple flashes or on the amber-green creation of the ancients, whatever and wherever it might be.

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  • In addition to his own shields, for a moment, he was surrounded in amber-green.

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