from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same; as sea. amber.
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He had the loveliest skin, cloudy tan, like wet sand, smooth as a sea-stone and completely blank.
The walls are generally sea-stone, but are clothed with grape vines, or other shrubs, which, curling around the casements, render them shady and picturesque.
This lawn could not be less than four or five English acres in extent, and was girded entirely around by a circle of lofty trees from within, and an ancient sea-stone wall, very thick and high, from without.
Even a well polished sea-stone might turn on this "figurative" drool … ooh shiny … I * might* even drool over certain LOST characters.