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  • n. Plural form of peridot.


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  • Right: a 1909 bracelet, olive green peridots and purple amethysts.

    The Symbolism of Suffragette Jewellery

  • Desdemona says the peridots are suitable for a sixteen-year-old, and I trust her judgment a hundred percent.


  • Tri Mark Golf's luxe version is handcrafted from 18-karat white gold and studded with diamonds, citrine, amethyst and peridots.

    The Maximalist

  • His eyes were as bright as the peridots in the cross on Gerbert's breast.

    The Falcons of Montabard

  • The rings that he had owned but seldom worn in life bejewelled his broad fingers and a cross of gold set with peridots adorned his breast.

    The Falcons of Montabard

  • The nictating membranes of the third eyelid retracted so that his eyes were fully open and bright as the highest caliber peridots.

    Acorna's Rebels

  • The blue stones are lapis lazuli, the green ones are peridots.

    To The Hilt

  • Barney slowly raised his head, his eyes flat peridots in his sallow face.

    Once An Angel

  • Then there was a gossamer silk Bluebeard's blue mist panty, shot through with shimmering silver threads among the gold, sporting sparkling green peridots in pairs of dots all over.

    The Color of Her Panties

  • The elves 'metal shoes clanked loudly on the brilliant mosaic floor, which was made up of millions of tiny garnets, peridots, and amethysts.

    Riverwind the Plainsman


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