from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A variety of mica of a yellowish color. The name is sometimes applied to iron pyrites.


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  • Her cat-gold eyes shimmered with the moistness of pride.

    Touch the Wind

  • Her cat-gold eyes flashed to him, seeing the deliberate blankness in the look he returned to her.

    Touch the Wind

  • Sheila relaxed against the cushions, a gleam in her cat-gold eyes.

    Touch the Wind

  • Her cat-gold eyes made a pointed sweep of the marauding band.

    Touch the Wind

  • The mirrorlike sunglasses were again shading r his eyes, but Jacquie knew the cat-gold gaze was studying her relentlessly.

    The Master Fiddler

  • On one hand I cannot deny that it has given me pleasure to discover that what has dazzled us below is nothing but cat-gold; that the hawk is simply grey on the back also; that there is powder on the tender cheek; that there may be black borders on the polished nails; and that the handkerchief may be dirty, although it smells of perfume.

    Plays by August Strindberg, Second series


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