from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A name given to all the so-called bronzes which have a golden color.


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  • For dinner, her overall style was a bit funkier: Her gold eye shadow became even more prominent, and her lips were painted a bronze-gold color.

    My Fair Wedding

  • I love their super-fine glitters, too, especially the bronze-gold one.

    Revlon’s New Gucci Gal: SunHee Grinnell

  • Neville was no heavier than he had been, but now he was huge, surely the size of an eagle, and his outspread wings overshadowed her, as his eyes glowed the same bronze-gold as her sword and the golden aura that surrounded them both.

    The Wizard Of London

  • Now she held a shining sword, with a blade polished to a mirror finish, bronze-gold as the heart of the sun.

    The Wizard Of London

  • But his gaze was also a spectacular bronze-gold incolour, enhanced by lashes lush as sable and dark as ebony.

    The Sheikh's Innocent Bride

  • I watched them pacing slowly ahead, his arm around her, black hair close to bronze-gold ringlets.

    The Moon Pool

  • A bronze-gold nostril poked up through the new breathing hole, and the dragonet rested for a while.


  • She had an agreeable negroid face, bronze-gold in the candlelight.

    Burmese Days

  • Then, a slow parting of the curtains and Carol stood out, brightly, gladly, her slender hands held out in welcome, Carol, with long skirts swishing around her white-slippered feet, her slender throat rising cream-white above the soft fold of old rose lace, her graceful head with its royal crown of bronze-gold hair, tilted most charmingly.

    Prudence Says So

  • Boats merge with the bronze-gold welters about their keels.



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