from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. the shrub Cytisus Laburnum, so named from its long clusters of yellow blossoms.
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- n. an ornamental shrub or tree of the genus Laburnum; often cultivated for Easter decorations
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Embossed disks of courage were layered on his chest like a silver roof, his belt held a golden chain that threaded a curious number of rings, and he held his vinestaff tightly in both hands, as if contemplating snapping it.
With a bound I was on the steps of the platform beside Than Kosis, and as he stood riveted with surprise I brought my long-sword down upon the golden chain that would have bound Dejah Thoris to another.
One wrist was encircled by a golden chain which Pavel Bondarev had given her the third time they had slept together.
First there marched four officers of the jeddak's Guard bearing a huge salver on which reposed, upon a cushion of scarlet silk, a great golden chain with a collar and padlock at each end.
Apollodorus hurried in, his golden chain of office clinking.
He watched the man's eye glance nervously at the golden chain that Galba hung from two loops on his waist.
Aphrodite fingered the double-G goddessgirl charm that hung from the delicate golden chain she wore around her neck.