Definition of Turquoises

1. Noun. (plural of turquoise) ¹



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Definition of Turquoises

1. turquois [n] - See also: turquois

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turquoises

turpentines
turpentining
turpeth
turpeths
turpid
turpidly
turpin
turpins
turpitude
turpitudes
turpitudinous
turps
turpsy
turquois
turquoise
turquoises (current term)
turquoisey
turquoisy
turquoize
turquoizes
turreae
turrel
turrels
turret
turret clock
turreted
turretless
turretlike
turrets
turribant

Literary usage of Turquoises

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1. Sport and Politics Under an Eastern Sky by Lawrence John Lumley Dundas Zetland (1902)
"Leh again—The bazaar—Curios—Tibetan turquoises—Interview with a ... and skins; Hindus with cloth and finery from Delhi; Tibetans with turquoises, drugs, ..."

2. Narrative of a Mission to Bokhara: In the Years 1843-1845, to Ascertain the by Joseph Wolff (1845)
"Conversation with People of Samarcand; they tell Dr. Wolff of Gold Mines and turquoises near Samarcand ; of Ghengis Khan and Tamerlane. ..."

3. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1899)
"On his way, he met Sonora Indians, returning from the north, who explained that they had been to Cibola to get turquoises and cow ..."

4. Russia by Astolphe Custine (1854)
"Badly chosen Sue.—Commercial Credit of the Serfs—their Modeof Calculating.— Bad Faith of the Nobles.—Prices of Merchandise —turquoises of the ..."

5. Russia by Astolphe Custine (1855)
"Badly chosen Site.—Commercial Credit of the Serfs — their Mode of calculating.—Bad Faith of the Nobles.—Prices of Merchandise.—turquoises of the ..."

6. Retrospect of Philosophical, Mechanical, Chemical, and Agricultural Discoveries (1810)
"On turquoises, urinary Calculi, artificial Tannin, and a new Reagent for ... LAGRANGE announced that the colouring matter of turquoises is phosphate of iron ..."

7. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1899)
"On his way, he met Sonora Indians, returning from the north, who explained that they had been to Cibola to get turquoises and cow ..."

8. The Emir of Bokhara and His Country: Journeys and Studies in Bokhara (with a by Ole Olufsen (1911)
"... horse trappings mounted with plates of gold and decorated with turquoises. From the left to the right: head-gear, ornament for the neck, fore and hind ..."

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