Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as heliochrysin.

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Examples

  • Down the road, through the swaying purple of the early lilacs, ridden by a picturesque cowboy, paced a great horse, glinting ruddy in the morning sun-gold, flinging free the snowy foam of his mighty fetlocks, his noble crest tossing, his eyes roving afield, the trumpet of his love-call echoing through the springing land.

    CHAPTER I

  • But as I stared at the ruined and disbelieving face of Layton Blanchet, and at the expensive clothes he had died in and the way the sun-gold hairs on his wrist curled around the band on his Rolex watch, I doubted Layton would have disagreed with him.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • But as I stared at the ruined and disbelieving face of Layton Blanchet, and at the expensive clothes he had died in and the way the sun-gold hairs on his wrist curled around the band on his Rolex watch, I doubted Layton would have disagreed with him.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • But as I stared at the ruined and disbelieving face of Layton Blanchet, and at the expensive clothes he had died in and the way the sun-gold hairs on his wrist curled around the band on his Rolex watch, I doubted Layton would have disagreed with him.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Through the close-fitting tunic, on the bare sun-gold arms and legs, Tolteca could see the tension that shook her.

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  • But as I stared at the ruined and disbelieving face of Layton Blanchet, and at the expensive clothes he had died in and the way the sun-gold hairs on his wrist curled around the band on his Rolex watch, I doubted Layton would have disagreed with him.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • His suit was pure white and his cuffs were sun-gold.

    Thursday, May 28 – The Bleat.

  • The coronet encrusted with rubies clashed with her sun-gold hair, too.

    Knife of Dreams

  • He grinned down at her, seeing sun-gold flecks dancing in the depths of her cinnamon-colored eyes.

    A Man Alone

  • His sun-gold face had gone a little pale when he'd said that.

    Dalamar the Dark

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