Definition of Rubylike

1. Adjective. Resembling a ruby or some aspect of one. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rubylike

1. resembling a ruby [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubylike

rubstone
rubstones
rubulavirus
rubulavirus infections
rubus
ruby
ruby-crowned kinglet
ruby-crowned wren
ruby-red
ruby slippers
ruby spinel
ruby spots
ruby wedding
ruby wood
rubying
rubylike (current term)
rubytail
rubytails
rubythroat
rubythroats
rubywood
ruc
rucervine
ruche
ruched
ruches
ruching
ruchings
ruck
ruck rover

Literary usage of Rubylike

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1. Letters and Literary Remains of Edward FitzGerald by Edward FitzGerald (1889)
"And takes his flags, and waves them to the mob That shout below, all faces turn'd to where Glows rubylike the far up crimson globe Filled with a finer air ..."

2. Windows: A Book about Stained & Painted Glass by Lewis Foreman Day (1897)
"White occurs, but only occasionally. The Early palette consists of: — White, greenish, and rather clouded ; red, rubylike, often streaky; blue, ..."

3. The precious blood; or, The price of our salvation by Frederick William Faber (1860)
"The corn below, even if it bore a thousandfold, was but a poor figure of the harvest that Blood should gather now, that Blood which shone more rubylike than ..."

4. The Lock and Key Library: The Most Interesting Stories of All Nations by Julian Hawthorne (1909)
"I saw, as I moved with bruised limbs to the place, close by the lips of the dying magician, the flash of the rubylike essence spilled on the sward, and, ..."

5. Letters and Literary Remains of Edward FitzGerald by Edward FitzGerald (1889)
"And takes his flags, and waves them to the mob That shout below, all faces turn'd to where Glows rubylike the far up crimson globe Filled with a finer air ..."

6. Windows: A Book about Stained & Painted Glass by Lewis Foreman Day (1897)
"White occurs, but only occasionally. The Early palette consists of: — White, greenish, and rather clouded ; red, rubylike, often streaky; blue, ..."

7. The precious blood; or, The price of our salvation by Frederick William Faber (1860)
"The corn below, even if it bore a thousandfold, was but a poor figure of the harvest that Blood should gather now, that Blood which shone more rubylike than ..."

8. The Lock and Key Library: The Most Interesting Stories of All Nations by Julian Hawthorne (1909)
"I saw, as I moved with bruised limbs to the place, close by the lips of the dying magician, the flash of the rubylike essence spilled on the sward, and, ..."

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