Definition of Spodumenes

1. Noun. (plural of spodumene) ¹



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Definition of Spodumenes

1. spodumene [n] - See also: spodumene

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spodumenes

spodic horizon
spodiosite
spodium
spodiums
spodogenous
spodogram
spodography
spodomancy
spodomantic
spodophorous
spodoptera
spodosol
spodosols
spods
spodumene
spodumenes (current term)
spoffish
spoffy
spoil
spoil-sport
spoil-sports
spoil five
spoil heap
spoil the ship for a hap'orth of tar
spoilable
spoilables
spoilage
spoilages
spoilation
spoiled

Literary usage of Spodumenes

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1. Gems, Jewelers' Materials, and Ornamental Stones of California by George Frederick Kunz (1905)
"These spodumenes are of remarkable size, transparency, and beauty. ... To see flat spodumenes of characteristic form, as large as a man's hand, ..."

2. Gems, Jewelers' Materials, and Ornamental Stones of California by George Frederick Kunz (1905)
"The green hiddenite spodumenes, although extremely beautiful, wore small; ... These spodumenes are of remarkable size, transparency, and beauty. ..."

3. Gems, Jewelers' Materials, and Ornamental Stones of California by George Frederick Kunz (1905)
"These spodumenes are of remarkable size, transparency, and beauty. ... To see flat spodumenes of characteristic form, as large as a man's hand, ..."

4. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1909)
"... they are on the whole characterized by their coarseness, beryls from a foot to a yard in diameter, spodumenes from 10 to 30 ft. long, feldspars from 10 ..."

5. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1897)
"... and the gigantic spodumenes from JO to over 30 feet in length, and from a foot to a yard in diameter, in the tin mines of the Black Hills. ..."

6. The American Geologist by Newton Horace Winchell (1897)
"... and the gigantic spodumenes from 10 to over 30 feet in length, and from a foot to a yard in diameter, in the tin mines of the Black Hills. ..."

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