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  • Nobles had bronze swords, but most soldiers carried swords of iron.
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • She approached the impressive bronze doors.
  • There were the turn-of-the-century bronze-and-silver vases and the old books with worn leather spines that I'd collected at flea markets.   (source)
    bronze = a type of high-quality metal
  • In it were two bronze oak-leaf clusters, awarded to Allen for his valor in the missions of Makin, Tarawa, and Nauru.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • The bag of gold, silver, and bronze jangling cheerfully in Harry's pocket was clamoring to be spent, so he bought three large strawberry-and-peanut-butter ice creams, which they slurped happily as they wandered up the alley, examining the fascinating shop windows.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal made mostly of copper
  • Each carried a short, wide bronze sword.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • Once fashioned from bronze and iron, it is now being fashioned from steel.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal
  • We came at last to a bronze door.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • Within seconds, he found what he knew was there—several bronze medallions embedded in the ground in a perfectly straight line.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • And I hadn't eaten anything since I threw away the red ice lolly on Hampstead Heath, so Mother made me a chart with stars on it like when I was very small and she filled a measuring jug with Complan and strawberry flavoring and I got a bronze star for drinking 200 ml and a silver star for drinking 400 ml and a gold star for drinking 600 ml.   (source)
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  • The huge CENTRAL Central Intelligence Building had only one door, but it was an enormous one, at least two stories high and wider than a room, made of a dull, bronzelike material.   (source)
    bronzelike = like a reddish brown metal made mostly of copper
  • Annabeth drew her bronze knife.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • It wasn't a door, nor a window, but rather a bronze grate.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • According to Major Rawls, the Soldier's Medal rates above the Bronze Star but below the Legion of Merit.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • He and I were fooling around in the pool, near a big bronze plaque marked with events for which the school kept records—50 yards, 100 yards, 220 yards.   (source)
  • Though Golan stood behind Emma with her arms locked in a hold, wrestling her toward the railing, it was as if they'd been cast in bronze.   (source)
    bronze = a type of metal
  • They came with bronze swords and great leathern shields, riding horses.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • He steps on the coppery-bronze star after me and closes his eyes.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • The champion wore a gleaming bronze helmet.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • I smiled, awkwardly, eyes going all around the room, potted palm tree, bronze statue of the Buddha, everywhere but him.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • I got a Bronze Star with a V (for valor in combat) instead.   (source)
  • My father wears his faith like the bronze breastplate of God's foot soldiers, while our mother's is more like a good cloth coat with a secondhand fit.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • They carried chess sets, basketballs, Vietnamese-English dictionaries, insignia of rank, Bronze Stars and Purple Hearts, plastic cards imprinted with the Code of Conduct.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • Now it begins, Senuhet said gleefully, gathering his weapons two curved Egyptian bronze swords and climbing out of the car.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • In recognition of this, my dad, then twenty-two years old, was issued the Bronze Star for valor.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • I had a good record in the Army, good as anybody; they gave me the Bronze Star.   (source)
  • Eragon watched as Oromis strode into his hut and then reappeared, looking fierce and warlike with his silver mane rippling in the wind and his bronze sword in hand.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • Dan Schilling received its next-highest honor, the Bronze Star.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • For his part Adam was awarded his first Bronze Star with combat valor.   (source)
  • He'd picked up a Bronze Star and two Purple Hearts in Vietnam and over the years had served in Grenada, Panama, Bosnia, and the First Gulf War.   (source)
  • He walks inside the court's six-ton bronze doors to the metal detector.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • His face collided with cold bronze, but he managed a hand on the general s leather breastplate.   (source)
    bronze = a type of metal
  • Brother Jack guided me down the hall to a door on which I saw a bronze door-knocker in the shape of a large-eyed owl.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • They copied their bronze breastplates and armour from the Greeks.   (source)
  • The faerie raised his bronze sword with a savage snarl— Emma lunged forward, sinking Cortana into his chest.   (source)
  • When the bronze doors opened, all heads turned to see Gabrielle Richter stride into the hall accompanied by her chief advisers.   (source)
  • An officer was congratulating the Three Musketeers, telling them that he was going to put them in for Bronze Stars.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • A soldier stepped into the cold sunshine, an army captain in full-dress uniform: polished black boots, regulation-creased pants, blindingly white shirt, and black tie under a blue wool jacket decorated with captain's bars, Ranger tab on his left shoulder, Purple Heart, Bronze Star, oak leaf clusters, and the fruit salad of ribbons and hardware that meant he had led troops into battle and tried his best to bring them all home.   (source)
  • He is thirty-nine years old, earned a Bronze Star as a paratrooper in World War II, has a tenth-grade education, and earns just a little over $5,000 a year.   (source)
  • Once you are six, he implies, you are cast in bronze.   (source)
    bronze = a type of metal
  • The pockmarked beggar scratched the stubble of his beard, took off his threadbare beret and trudged through the bronze doors of the small church in Neuilly-sur-Seine.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • Elston Hubbard was already in the ring, flexing his forearm muscles so the Marine Corps emblem jumped on the smooth bronze skin.   (source)
    bronze = suntanned
  • The story ended with him pulling out his wallet to show her a little bronze star on a blue ribbon.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • In his white shirt, tie and best jacket, he was as impressive as any Montreal executive, and cast in bronze his head would not have been out of place in that museum room reserved for the busts of the ancient Romans.   (source)
    bronze = a type of high-quality metal
  • The groom wore his Class A uniform with the bold patch of the First Cavalry Division on his arm and the ribbons of the Korean War and Bronze Star on his chest, along with the blue badge of the combat infantryman.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • He won the Bronze Star.   (source)
  • He poised the Rhodospin cap, then thrust open the bronze door, revealing nine steps mounting to an anteroom.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • The Leader stood before Sam and Elma, his mask beaten of polished bronze,   (source)
  • The bronze doors banging.   (source)
  • The dining room has a splendid bronze gate, placed by mistake on the ceiling, in the shape of a trellis entwined with fresh bronze grapes.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • Two thousand years ago they were hunted west by another Gaelic race with bronze swords.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • It is like a casting of fading bronze upon the pillow, the hands alone still with any semblance of life: a curled, gnarled ineptness; a spent yet alert quality from which weariness, exhaustion, travail has not yet departed, as though they doubted even yet the actuality of rest, guarding with horned and penurious alertness the cessation which they know cannot last.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal
  • I was in a long small chamber—on one side of it was a bronze door that could not be opened, for it had no handle.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • One of the row of bronze-barred elevators was labeled "Express to McGurk Institute."   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • The bronze medal for mathematics was considered as good as won by a fat, funny little up-country boy with a bumpy forehead and a patched coat.   (source)
  • Ethan Frome drove in silence, the reins loosely held in his left hand, his brown seamed profile, under the helmet-like peak of the cap, relieved against the banks of snow like the bronze image of a hero.   (source)
  • He grazed his cattle on these slopes, and he learned to dig for tin when the bronze sword began to supersede the stone axe.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • It was as though an animated image of death carved out of old ivory had been shaking its hand with menaces at a motionless crowd of men made of dark and glittering bronze.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal
  • It was, as I think I have said, of bronze.   (source)
  • I am no more to you than a green bronze figure.   (source)
    bronze = a type of metal
  • Krassotkin put his hand in his satchel, and pulling out a little bronze cannon stood it on the table.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • With rapid, bony fingers he unbuttoned his coat, revealing a shirt, bronze waistcoat buttons, and a watch chain, and quickly pulled out a fat old pocketbook.   (source)
    bronze = made of a shining yellowish metal
  • She thought of silent antechambers hung with Oriental tapestry, illumined by tall bronze candelabra, and of two great footmen in knee breeches who sleep in the big armchairs, made drowsy by the oppressive heat of the stove.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • Our moods are apt to bring with them images which succeed each other like the magic-lantern pictures of a doze; and in certain states of dull forlornness Dorothea all her life continued to see the vastness of St. Peter's, the huge bronze canopy, the excited intention in the attitudes and garments of the prophets and evangelists in the mosaics above, and the red drapery which was being hung for Christmas spreading itself everywhere like a disease of the retina.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal that turns greenish when weathered
  • His whole high, broad form, seemed made of solid bronze, and shaped in an unalterable mould, like Cellini's cast Perseus.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal
  • The hall was not dark, nor yet was it lit, only by the high-hung bronze lamp; a warm glow suffused both it and the lower steps of the oak staircase.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • Monte Cristo took up his glass again as if nothing had happened; his face was like marble, and his heart was like bronze.   (source)
    bronze = a type of metal
  •   'When I consider all, and think of what has passed, I need be made of iron to stand before him.'
      'Or bronze,' said Ralph, quietly; 'there is not hardihood enough in flesh and blood to face it out.'   (source)
  • After leaving behind him the civic Tournelle and the criminal tower, and skirted the great walls of the king's garden, on that unpaved strand where the mud reached to his ankles, he reached the western point of the city, and considered for some time the islet of the Passeur-aux-Vaches, which has disappeared beneath the bronze horse of the Pont Neuf.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • The bronze doors of the lounge had been fixed, but not before two seamen had been badly injured.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • He thought he would like to have a bronze paperweight made of it and how beautiful it would look on his desk.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal
  • The great bronze doors of the lounge had torn away from their hooks and were swinging free with the roll of the ship; regularly and, it seemed, irresistibly, first one, then the other, opened and shut; they paused at the completion of each half circle, began to move slowly and finished fast with a resounding clash.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • He and Keating had put their best efforts into designing the most ornate of all Rococo palaces for future patrons who could pay twenty-five dollars per day per room and who were fond of plaster flowers, marble cupids and open elevator cages of bronze lace.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal
  • On his fourth trial he had been awarded a bronze medal.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • I could not carry both, however, and my bar of iron promised best against the bronze gates.   (source)
  • Then I wanted to arrange some contrivance to break open the doors of bronze under the White Sphinx.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal
  • But now, with my growing knowledge, I felt very differently towards those bronze doors.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • They came, and then, pointing to the bronze pedestal, I tried to intimate my wish to open it.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • The pedestal, it appeared to me, was of bronze, and was thick with verdigris.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal
  • I found no explosives, however, nor any means of breaking down the bronze doors.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • The bronze panels suddenly slid up and struck the frame with a clang.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • I banged with my fist at the bronze panels.   (source)
  • As I approached the pedestal of the sphinx I found the bronze valves were open.   (source)
  • No, such people, it seems, are not of flesh but of bronze!   (source)
  • And Kolya hurriedly pulled out of his satchel the little bronze cannon.   (source)
  • Fixing her eyes on a bronze clock standing on a table between the windows, she tried to think.   (source)
  • And those others had so much that Gopher Prairie complacently lacked—the world of gaiety and adventure, of music and the integrity of bronze, of remembered mists from tropic isles and Paris nights and the walls of Bagdad, of industrial justice and a God who spake not in doggerel hymns.   (source)
    bronze = a type of metal
  • The house did, from the street, seem to have an unusual quantity of graystone gargoyles and carven lintels and bronze grills, but it did not seem large.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • Here the snow was so pure that the tiny tracks of wood-animals had left on it intricate lace-like patterns, and the bluish cones caught in its surface stood out like ornaments of bronze.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal
  • He came along Cedar Street, among thunderous trucks portly with wares from all the world; came to the bronze doors of the McGurk Building and a corridor of intemperately colored terracotta, with murals of Andean Indians, pirates booming up the Spanish Main, guarded gold-trains, and the stout walls of Cartagena.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • The flat was full of literature and decoration: a bronze Buddha from Chicago, a rubbing of Shakespeare's epitaph, a set of Anatole France in translation, a photograph of Cologne cathedral, a wicker tea-table with a samovar whose operation no one in the University understood, and a souvenir post-card album.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • Like the others, it was rimmed with bronze, curiously wrought, and protected by a little cupola from the rain.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal
  • Above me towered the sphinx, upon the bronze pedestal, white, shining, leprous, in the light of the rising moon.   (source)
  • Suppressing a strong inclination to laugh, I stepped through the bronze frame and up to the Time Machine.   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • It may have been my fancy, or it may have had something to do with my hammering at the gates of bronze.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish metal
  • Then my eye travelled along to the figure of the White Sphinx upon the pedestal of bronze, growing distinct as the light of the rising moon grew brighter.   (source)
  • I had now a clue to the import of these wells, to the ventilating towers, to the mystery of the ghosts; to say nothing of a hint at the meaning of the bronze gates and the fate of the Time Machine!   (source)
    bronze = made of a brownish metal
  • If they mean to take your machine away, it's little good your wrecking their bronze panels, and if they don't, you will get it back as soon as you can ask for it.   (source)
  • I really believe that had they not been so, I should have rushed off incontinently and blown Sphinx, bronze doors, and (as it proved) my chances of finding the Time Machine, all together into non-existence.   (source)
    bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
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  • I saw her bronze hair.
  • I picked up a piece of iron. It was dense with bronze rust, and its jagged angles nibbled at my palms.   (source)
    bronze = a reddish-brown color
  • It was late afternoon, gray and gleaming, but it was only dirty-colored light that was permitted entrance into the room. It was all the fabric of the curtains allowed. If you're optimistic, think of it as bronze.   (source)
    bronze = yellowish-brown (like the metal of the same name)
  • By then, Beatrice's stepbrother was a distant blur, a bronze-colored wisp vanishing into a snarled tree line.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • A large, bronze, hard-working hand.   (source)
    bronze = suntanned
  • The light came from everywhere at once, his yellow skin, his lambent eyes, the bronze flashing of his hair.   (source)
    bronze = yellowish
  • Red-bronze leaves.   (source)
    bronze = a reddish-brown color
  • Enormous silk banners hung from the walls, each of them representing a Hogwarts House: red with a gold lion for Gryffindor, blue with a bronze eagle for Ravenclaw, yellow with a black badger for Hufflepuff, and green with a silver serpent for Slytherin.   (source)
    bronze = yellowish-brown
  • She has broad shoulders, bronze skin, and a bulbous nose.   (source)
    bronze = suntanned
  • "Yes," Chaol said, his bronze eyes flashing.   (source)
    bronze = a shining yellowish-brown color (like the metal of the same name)
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  • I tighten the clasp that holds my cloak in place (steel sprayed with bronze, probably imported from West Texas), then head off toward the stairs that will take me outside Batalla Hall and down toward the Arcadia bank where I'm supposed to meet Day.   (source)
    bronze = a yellowish-brown color (like the metal of the same name)
  • Church bells send arcs of bronze careening off the windows.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish color (like the metal of the same name)
  • The oaks along the roadway glowed yellow and bronze.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • The man's tattoos had obviously been concealed beneath bronzing makeup.   (source)
    bronzing = tan-colored (reddish brown)
  • The hall door opened and his mother peered in, hair like shaded bronze held with a black ribbon at the crown, her oval face emotionless and green eyes staring solemnly.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • I smudged the line, added mascara, brushed some bronzing power over my face, and put on lip gloss (to hide the fact that I'd been nervously picking at my lips).   (source)
    bronzing = tan-colored (reddish brown)
  • I buy everything Stanley uses on me: foundation, concealer, bronzing powder, eye shadow prep, three shades of eye shadow, two shades of eyeliner (one white for under the eye), mascara, lip liner, lip gloss, four different brushes, one eyelash curler.   (source)
    bronzing = to make look tan (reddish brown)
  • He played squash and handball, did Canadian Air Force exercises, applied bronzing agents to his face and body and sat in front of a sunlamp all winter long.   (source)
  • Dobbs swallowed and bent his intense face very close to Yossarian's, the muscles in his bronze, rocklike jaw bunching up into quivering knots.   (source)
    bronze = suntanned
  • He saw the reddish-bronze sparkle of her hair-as she sat, head bent, under a light-and a wedge of smooth, glowing skin on her shoulder.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • The light was perfect, soft bronze October light that laid a sheen of paler gold over his already golden hair and skin.   (source)
    bronze = yellowish
  • Unlike Nick's coppery quills, the female's brightened from bronze at the base to silver at the tips.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • A powerfully built welterweight with a Marine Corps emblem tattooed in blue on one massive bronze forearm jumped lightly to his feet.   (source)
    bronze = suntanned
  • Up and down green wine canals, boats as delicate as bronze flowers drifted.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • The dress of the young man who now stepped out on to the terrace was Indian; but his plaited hair was straw-coloured, his eyes a pale blue, and his skin a white skin, bronzed.   (source)
    bronzed = suntanned
  • She might have been any age from thirty to sixty, so unlined was her immobile bronze face.   (source)
  • OCTOBER was a beautiful month at Green Gables, when the birches in the hollow turned as golden as sunshine and the maples behind the orchard were royal crimson and the wild cherry trees along the lane put on the loveliest shades of dark red and bronzy green, while the fields sunned themselves in aftermaths.   (source)
    bronzy = reddish brown
  • Thus on April first, among dappled hills and the bronze of scrub oaks, while Kennicott seesawed on his toes and chuckled, "Wonder what Hugh'll say when he sees us?"   (source)
    bronze = yellowish-brown
  • When next day we left at noon, the crowd, of whose presence behind the curtain of trees I had been acutely conscious all the time, flowed out of the woods again, filled the clearing, covered the slope with a mass of naked, breathing, quivering, bronze bodies.   (source)
    bronze = suntanned
  • He was a gentlemanly man, with full and distinctly outlined Roman features, the prominences of which glowed in the sun with a bronze-like richness of tone.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • An old seaman, bronzed by the tropical sun, advanced, twirling the remains of a tarpaulin between his hands.   (source)
    bronzed = suntanned
  • This is a great day at home, and you could not have arrived, you bronzed old soldier, on a better.   (source)
  • Graceful arched windows punctuated the walls, which were hung with blue-and-bronze silks.   (source)
    bronze = yellowish-brown
  • A calloused hand, a healed cut, the shiny slash of a burn on the deep bronze skin.   (source)
    bronze = suntanned
  • The face was oval under a cap of hair the color of polished bronze.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • She loved to look at his wide, long, sinewy back with its bronzed, unblemished skin.   (source)
    bronzed = suntanned
  • Christina joins me in the group going to the right, along with Uriah, whose smile looks white against his skin's bronze.   (source)
    bronze = suntanned color
  • Charlie pointed toward the Horntail's tail, and Harry saw long, bronze-colored spikes protruding along it every few inches.   (source)
    bronze = yellowish-brown
  • "The clock tower," he said, his bronze eyes shining with amusement, as the clock finished its war cry.   (source)
    bronze = a shining yellowish-brown color (like the metal of the same name)
  • In the universe we explored together there were gas stations and movie theaters; there were cars dotting the highway like trinkets, full of people laughing or honking, always waving, because this was a small town and everybody knew Charles; there were dirt roads dusted white with chalk, canals the color of beef stew, and endless wheat fields glowing bronze.   (source)
    bronze = yellowish-brown
  • Harry saw the gold Gryffindor lion, emblazoned on scarlet; the black badger of Hufflepuff, set against yellow; and the bronze eagle of Ravenclaw, on blue.   (source)
  • By the time the leaves began to change, from the juniper greens of summer to the garnet reds and bronzed golds of autumn, that coin shimmered even in the lowest light, polished by a thousand finger strokes.   (source)
    bronzed = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • Her oval face had new lines in it at the corners of the mouth, but the hair was still like polished bronze.   (source)
  • A skinny girl with hair the color of bronze, her body tortured by the winds of puberty, had entered the study of the Reverend Mother Gaius Helen Mohiam, Proctor Superior of the Bene Gesserit school on Wallach IX.   (source)
  • She wore no jewelry and had chosen warm colors—a long dress almost the shade of the open blaze, and an earth-brown band around her bronzed hair.   (source)
    bronzed = yellowish-brown
  • She wore a tailored housecoat of russet-colored brocade that blended with the bronze of her hair, the severe simplicity of its lines serving as her only ornament.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • The little town was full of people drifting in and out of doors, saying hello to one another, wearing golden masks and blue masks and crimson masks for pleasant variety, masks with silver lips and bronze eyebrows, masks that smiled or masks that frowned, according to the owners' dispositions.   (source)
    bronze = a brownish color (like the metal of the same name)
  • He held the drawings in his bronzed hands.   (source)
    bronzed = suntanned
  • The bronze giantess did not grin pleasedly or squirm under praise like the other negroes.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown
  • Dilcey looked up, her bronzed face harassed.   (source)
    bronzed = suntanned
  • His face was scorched to bronze.   (source)
    bronze = a reddish-brown color
  • The air was oppressive even in the early morning hour, hot with the scorching promise of a noon of glaring blue sky and pitiless bronze sun.   (source)
    bronze = shining yellow
  • Melanie begged Mammy to leave her enough velvet scraps to recover the frame of her battered bonnet and brought shouts of laughter when she said the old rooster was going to part with his gorgeous bronze and green-black tail feathers unless he took to the swamp immediately.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown
  • This was all a dream, this smoke-filled dim room, the scrawny girls, Mammy shapeless and huge crouching beside the bed, Dilcey a still bronze image with the sleeping pink morsel against her dark breast—all a dream from which she would awake, to smell bacon frying in the kitchen, hear the throaty laughter of the negroes and the creaking of wagons fieldward bound, and Ellen's gentle insistent hand upon her.   (source)
  • He was bronzed and lean now, where he had once been fair and slender, and the long golden mustache drooping about his mouth, cavalry style, was the last touch needed to make him the perfect picture of a soldier.   (source)
    bronzed = suntanned
  • He was standing at the gate, his peaked cap pushed back on his head and his hair tumbled forward over a face of bronze.   (source)
    bronze = a suntanned color
  • Dark human shapes could be made out in the distance, flitting indistinctly against the gloomy border of the forest, and near the river two bronze figures, leaning on tall spears, stood in the sunlight under fantastic headdresses of spotted skins, warlike and still in statuesque repose.   (source)
    bronze = suntanned
  • Her blue felt hat would show off the bronze of her hair against the darkness and the dark panels of her skirt would show off the light ones.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • She was standing right under the dusty fanlight and the flame of the gas lit up the rich bronze of her hair, which he had seen her drying at the fire a few days before.   (source)
  • I had to lean right out to swing the heavy shutter, and I saw a face amongst the leaves on the level with my own, looking at me very fierce and steady; and then suddenly, as though a veil had been removed from my eyes, I made out, deep in the tangled gloom, naked breasts, arms, legs, glaring eyes,—the bush was swarming with human limbs in movement, glistening, of bronze color.   (source)
  • Peppino was a handsome young man of four or five and twenty, bronzed by the sun; he carried his head erect, and seemed on the watch to see on which side his liberator would appear.   (source)
    bronzed = suntanned
  • Boldwood went meditating down the slopes with his eyes on his boots, which the yellow pollen from the buttercups had bronzed in artistic gradations.   (source)
    bronzed = made yellowish-brown in color
  • A few locks of gray mingled with his hair, which was still thick and matted, while his bronzed features and determined glance well suited an old sailor who had braved the heat of the equator and the storms of the tropics.   (source)
    bronzed = suntanned
  • She returned silent and weak denials to his charges, and swayed her head desperately, as if to thrust away the words as they came showering about her ears from the lips of the trembling man in the climax of life, with his bronzed Roman face and fine frame.   (source)
  • As the sun sprang up, leaving the brilliant waters in its wake,
    climbing the bronze sky to shower light on immortal gods
    and mortal men across the plowlands ripe with grain—   (source)
    bronze = shining yellowish
  • Here he was, miss Douce said, cocking her bronze head three quarters, ruffling her nosewings.   (source)
    bronze = reddish-brown or yellowish-brown
  • By bronze, by gold, in oceangreen of shadow.   (source)
  • Bronze by gold heard the hoofirons, steelyringing Imperthnthn thnthnthn.   (source)
  • Where bronze from anear?   (source)
  • She darted, bronze, to the backmost corner, flattening her face against the pane in a halo of hurried breath.   (source)
  • A haughty bronze replied: —I'll complain to Mrs de Massey on you if I hear any more of your impertinent insolence.   (source)
  • Bronze by gold, miss Douce's head by miss Kennedy's head, over the crossblind of the Ormond bar heard the viceregal hoofs go by, ringing steel.   (source)
  • Above the crossblind of the Ormond hotel, gold by bronze, Miss Kennedy's head by Miss Douce's head watched and admired.   (source)
  • Yes, bronze from anear, by gold from afar, heard steel from anear, hoofs ring from afar, and heard steelhoofs ringhoof ringsteel.   (source)
  • Bronze by gold, Miss Kennedy's head by Miss Douce's head, appeared above the crossblind of the Ormond hotel.   (source)
  • Miss bronze unbloused her neck.   (source)
  • Tink cried to bronze in pity.   (source)
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  • There are several Rodin bronzes in the garden.
    bronzes = sculptures made of a brownish metal
  • A particularly large plaque dominated the entry. Langdon slowed to read the engraved bronze as they passed.   (source)
    bronze = the plaque made of the metal by that name
  • Winged bronzes, silver trinkets.   (source)
    bronzes = sculptures made of a brownish metal of the same name
  • Old brocades, green bronzes, lacquer-work, carved ivories, exquisite surroundings, luxury, pomp, there is much to be got from all these.   (source)
    bronzes = sculptures made of a metal of the same name
  • With what he had in his soul, he felt sore and uncomfortable in the restaurant, in the midst of private rooms where men were dining with ladies, in all this fuss and bustle; the surroundings of bronzes, looking glasses, gas, and waiters—all of it was offensive to him.   (source)
    bronzes = sculptures made of a brownish metal of the same name
  • Then he arranged all his beautiful Turkish arms, his fine English guns, his Japanese china, his cups mounted in silver, his artistic bronzes by Feucheres and Barye; examined the cupboards, and placed the key in each; threw into a drawer of his secretary, which he left open, all the pocket-money he had about him, and with it the thousand fancy jewels from his vases and his jewel-boxes; then he made an exact inventory of everything, and placed it in the most conspicuous part of the…   (source)
  • Twinned jardinieres, many French bronzes, many small paintings.   (source)
  • In agitation I went back to my chair, sat down, picked up the Christie's house sale catalogue and began to leaf through it in a rattled way: horrible modernist watercolors, two thousand dollars for an ugly Victorian bronze of two buffalos fighting, absurd.   (source)
    bronze = a sculpture made of the brownish metal with the same name
  • Then his hand was on my shoulder, heavy anchoring hand that was security and authority itself; he was leading me in, into the workshop, dim gilt and rich wood smells I'd dreamed of, up the stairs into the long-lost parlor, with its velvets and urns and bronzes.   (source)
    bronzes = sculptures made of a brownish metal of the same name
  • It was jammed so full of furniture and other items (lamps, books, china, little bronzes; old B. Altman bags full of papers and moldy shoes) that at first confused glance I wanted to back off and shut the door, as if we'd stumbled into the apartment of some old hoarder who had just died.   (source)
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  • "Get along!" said several voices, and one of the soldiers, evidently afraid that Pierre might want to take from them some of the plate and bronzes that were in the drawer, moved threateningly toward him.   (source)
  • Cases full of china, bronzes, pictures, and mirrors that had been so carefully packed the night before now lay about the yard, and still they went on searching for and finding possibilities of unloading this or that and letting the wounded have another and yet another cart.   (source)
  • The price of weapons, of gold, of carts and horses, kept rising, but the value of paper money and city articles kept falling, so that by midday there were instances of carters removing valuable goods, such as cloth, and receiving in payment a half of what they carted, while peasant horses were fetching five hundred rubles each, and furniture, mirrors, and bronzes were being given away for nothing.   (source)
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  • A single bronze bell tolls.†   (source)
  • I learned the difference between a deep tan, a fading tan, a bronze tan, and a new tan.†   (source)
  • Then he threw down the pot and walked toward a large bronze cauldron suspended over a fire in the corner of the Great Hall.†   (source)
  • The bronze plaque at the entrance listed a hundred residential buildings in this one complex, fifty thousand people within its red-brick walls.†   (source)
  • I set the golden basin on the floor and took up the great bronze knife.†   (source)
  • It didn't take me long to find the exhibit where Halliday's five Game Designer of the Year trophies were displayed, next to a bronze statue of the man himself.†   (source)
  • The sky brightened to a dull bronze glow as the last of the season's geese rushed southward, flying so low I could hear the beat of their wings against the morning air.†   (source)
  • Inside was fitted an old 37 millimeter bronze flarepistol.†   (source)
  • A sunny day: bumblebees explored the wildflowers that grew in the corner of the graveyard, dangling from the gorse and the bluebells, droning their deep lazy buzz, while Bod lay in the spring sunlight watching a bronze-colored beetle wandering across the stone of G Reeder, his wife, Dorcas, and their son Sebastian (Fidelis ad Mortem).†   (source)
  • Once Harry had refilled his money bag with gold Galleons, silver Sickles, and bronze Knuts from his vault at Gringotts, he had to exercise a lot of self-control not to spend the whole lot at once.†   (source)
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  • Sometimes they went for walks among the bronze fallen leaves and alder bushes, along the stream and toward the mountains.†   (source)
  • You're to reach the staircase as quickly as possible, hurry up the stairs, and ring the bronze bell that hangs at the top.†   (source)
  • Danny came back to the house and carried on about it, and before I knew what was happening, he had stomped a small table, thrown a bronze lamp against the wall, and slammed a cut-glass water pitcher on the floor with so much force it made a permanent imprint on the heart-pine floorboards.†   (source)
  • Even in bronze, he had a whimsical look, and I thought this friend had sculpted a little spirit as well.†   (source)
  • The bronze blade of Riptide elongated in my hand.†   (source)
  • The dressing table was beside the window; the closet door was ajar; the yellow paint on the empty chest was peeling; some bronze circles floated in the mirror; a water spot had formed in the ceiling.†   (source)
  • My cheeks are hollowed out by bronze blusher.†   (source)
  • A bronze plaque next to the door reads War Command.†   (source)
  • His nose" is kind of long and his skin is a bronze color.†   (source)
  • He stood nine feet tall, with the finest bronze armor and sharpest sword and javelin.†   (source)
  • She wears the gown in spite of her mother's protests—what was wrong with a salwar kameeze, she'd wanted to know—and when Moushumi happens to forget her shawl on a chair and bares her slim, bronze shoulders, which quietly sparkle from a special powder she's applied to them, her mother manages, in the midst of that great crowd, to shoot her reproachful glances, which Moushumi ignores.†   (source)
  • His skin was the color of polished copper, his thick mustachios bound with gold and bronze rings.†   (source)
  • In the center, directly between my feet, is a coppery bronze octagon with a star.†   (source)
  • Tall, athletic, with golden skin and bronze-colored hair and those incredible eyes.†   (source)
  • Towards the middle of the lawn, close to a tarnished bronze statue of Eros, two young men lay on their backs watching the spectacle.†   (source)
  • She kneels before an altar with a bronze lamb, two winged angels, and a wooden carving of Jesus and his disciples at the Last Supper.†   (source)
  • On the lawn was a large bronze statue of a Civil War general Jack had never heard of, although he had been something of a Civil War buff in his teenage years.†   (source)
  • My Silver Stars and Bronze Medals weren't even in there.†   (source)
  • They stake everything on that moment, posing for photographs while planting the flag, casting themselves in bronze.†   (source)
  • The bronze clouds far above rippled in what must be a fantastic jet stream.†   (source)
  • The last was lanky, less bulky, with untidy, bronze-colored hair.†   (source)
  • She came to all my competitions, cheering the loudest as I went for the bronze.†   (source)
  • They saw Gobelin tapestries at the French Pavilion and the life-mask of Abraham Lincoln among the exhibits of the American Bronze Company.†   (source)
  • You won a bronze medal in 2000?†   (source)
  • In that unlit daylight his face, bronzed and reduced to its bones, smoothed her heart down.†   (source)
  • The man immortalized in bronze is balding and middle-aged, with smooth cheeks and an intense look in his eyes.†   (source)
  • There was nothing to do but wait for the next sunset, when the sky would ring like bronze.†   (source)
  • Directly above him, the bronze Statue of Freedom gazed out over the sleeping capital city.†   (source)
  • Bronze-winged lily-trotters walked across it.†   (source)
  • The boars wore plates of leather armor across their haunches and backs, and the human Torc Allta were carrying bronze spears and swords.†   (source)
  • Alternating squares made up the pavilion floor: golden bronze and a darker red.†   (source)
  • His long stick had a crude bronze bell hanging from it, and he wore a tattered bag over one shoulder.†   (source)
  • I'm struck, suddenly, by how handsome he is—all his features are proportionate, his eyes dark and lively, his skin bronze-brown.†   (source)
  • Bronze?†   (source)
  • Dr. Urbino's was the only horse-drawn carriage; it was distinguishable from the handful left in the city because the patent-leather roof was always kept polished, and it had fittings of bronze that would not be corroded by salt, and wheels and poles painted red with gilt trimming like gala nights at the Vienna Opera.†   (source)
  • The orange turns to dull bronze light and continues to show what it has shown all day long, but now it seems to show it without enthusiasm.†   (source)
  • His body was like chrysolite, his face like lightning, his eyes like flaming torches, his arms and legs like the gleam of burnished bronze.†   (source)
  • Still, she didn't want to leave the house on Mill Run Road with its bronze light, varnished pine boards, and exposed roof rafters in the upstairs room, its view of the sea beyond the raspberry canes.†   (source)
  • She was wearing a strapless white lace dress zipped up over a snug corset affair that curved her in at the middle and bulged her out again spectacularly above and below, and her skin had a bronzy polish under the pale dusting powder.†   (source)
  • It was then she noticed the discreet bronze plaque.†   (source)
  • I would have to use my all to perhaps find an unknown metal, strong but very light, or devise a different formula for a known one, mix some bronze with some iron and some air in a way ignored for a thousand years.†   (source)
  • Sweat oiled his muscles until he gleamed like a bronze statue in the dying light.†   (source)
  • He couldn't risk losing the Bronze Medal earned in Korea, or his high-school diploma (issued by the Leavenworth County Board of Education as a result of his having, while in prison, resumed his long-recessed studies).†   (source)
  • The woman was tall, dark-haired, and with the slight tinge of bronze in her skin that most Iranians exhibited.†   (source)
  • He flings it to the side, baring his bronzed, washboard stomach.†   (source)
  • The sun struck, on steel, on bronze, on stone, on glass, on the gray water far beneath them, on the turret tops and the flashing windshields of crawling cars, on the incredible highways, stretching and snarling and turning for mile upon mile upon mile, on the houses, square and high, low and gabled, and on their howling antennae, on the sparse, weak trees, and on those towers, in the distance, of the city of New York.†   (source)
  • Trace had been an Olympic swimmer once, had almost won a bronze medal, and he thought nothing, still, of diving into the Monongahela and swimming to the opposite shore.†   (source)
  • He noticed one or two yellow leaves and a faint touch of bronze here and there in the green boughs.†   (source)
  • Before it Atlas stands erect and on his head and unwearying arms firmly supports the broad sky, where Night and Day cross a bronze threshold and then come close and greet each other.†   (source)
  • The art historian George Ortiz was once asked by Ernst Langlotz, one of the world's foremost experts on archaic sculpture, whether he wanted to purchase a bronze statuette.†   (source)
  • The tug slid out of the way, and Ramius glanced aft to see the water stirring from the force of the twin bronze propellers.†   (source)
  • And it wasn't just the moon, shining full and bronze through my bedroom window.†   (source)
  • His gaze fell to the east end of the paddock and rested on the life-sized bronze image of Seabiscuit that Howard had placed there.†   (source)
  • The chandelier was bronze, held a dozen bulbs, and looked to weigh a ton.†   (source)
  • By the third day, her skin had darkened to bronze, and in her white cotton dress, she was dazzling.†   (source)
  • In the end I received a bronze medal from that Moscow competition.†   (source)
  • He did not live to see his son immortalized in bronze.†   (source)
  • When he came out he was bearing in his arms a great load of treasure: things of gold, silver, copper, and bronze; many beads and chains and jewelled ornaments.†   (source)
  • The exterior was decorated with bronze platings of cuneiform writings and stylized images of ravens.†   (source)
  • The playroom has two bronze baby cribs and a black carriage in the corner.†   (source)
  • It was a small crucifix, with the body of Christ in bronze fixed to the wood, and the garlic was wreathed around it, a fresh garland entwined with an old one, in which the buds were withered and dried.†   (source)
  • Twelve yellow candles in bronze candelabras cast a dusky light over the girl.†   (source)
  • I called upon the hardness of the bronzes in the ancestral temple, the hardness of ice in winter, and the hardness of bones dried out under an unrelenting sun to give me strength.†   (source)
  • He took off a rubber glove and gently caressed her perfect, sun-bronzed skin.†   (source)
  • It was bronze, and on one side had two large initials, written in calligraphy: S.S.He flipped it over and noted the symbols on the other side.†   (source)
  • I dropped to my knees beside the bronzed, wet body.†   (source)
  • He's wearing an immaculate dark suit, his hair is shining, and his face is bronze with makeup.†   (source)
  • It resembled the magnificent one depicted in the brochure, but the bronze monsignor who was the centerpiece leaned precariously forward.†   (source)
  • Her skin was bronzed and milky smooth.†   (source)
  • Not surprisingly, there was a lot of wood on display: heart-pine walls and flooring, stained to a bronze-like finish; darker oak bookshelves along the walls, many of them empty.†   (source)
  • Bougainvilla-covered fountains trickled water as the men walked down a stone path to the main doors' nine feet of hand-carved, dark, knotty alder with rubbed-bronze clavos adorning them.†   (source)
  • And as I gaze, there is a rustle of wings and I see a flock of starlings flighting before me and, when I look again, the bronze face, whose empty eyes look upon a world I have never seen, runs with liquid chalk-creating another ambiguity to puzzle my groping mind: Why is a bird-soiled statue more commanding than one that is clean?†   (source)
  • On behalf of the governors of the Fair, I have the honor of awarding a special prize of twenty-five dollars to Mr. Zuckerman, together with a handsome bronze medal suitably engraved, in token of our appreciation of the part played by this pig—this radiant, this terrific, this humble pig—in attracting so many visitors to our great County Fair.†   (source)
  • She hadn't understood why the boy with the spear and the skin as golden-brown as freshly poured bronze was called nobbly, since he looked as smooth as cream, and it wasn't until years later that she realized how you were supposed to pronounce the word that was spelled noble.†   (source)
  • On their side, the summer glows with bronze beauties in bathing suits at the beach.†   (source)
  • The storm had stripped the leaves from the bronzed beeches and the yellow-splashed birch.†   (source)
  • The postcard was of a tobacco factory, row after row of women bunching bronze' leaves into cigars.†   (source)
  • Joe could see that it was a picture of the flush-set headstone with the bronze plaque bearing the names of his wife and daughters—one of those she had taken the previous day.†   (source)
  • In the shadow of the hall and by the outbuildings, men sat whistling or humming to themselves, repairing weapons: winding bronze bands around gray ashspears, treating their swordblades with snake's venom, watching the goldworker decorate the handles of battle-axes.†   (source)
  • Sophie, uncared for, half naked in her ragged skirt, dangerously poised; Rosalind, in her brown dress with the unpicked left arm of the cross hanging forward, with her bronze hair shining in the candlelight, her fine features upturned, with eyes alert.†   (source)
  • They spent the next two hours exploring the village green, climbing a bronze statue of a man on horseback and perusing the names on the granite headstones in a small cemetery.†   (source)
  • With the help of fear and echoes and winter silences, that dog had a voice like a big bronze gong.†   (source)
  • It was just off Fifth Avenue, near some benches and a towering bronze statue.†   (source)
  • It is double-walled and solid bronze.†   (source)
  • Then forged metals: bronze and iron.†   (source)
  • And his eyes were green …. green with …. if you peered so deep into them …. so deep …. bronze …. bronze parentheses around the irises …. such green eyes!†   (source)
  • My master's hands and mine have always Dipped together and, home or sacred feast, The bowl was beaten bronze, the meats So succulent our teeth accused us of neglect.†   (source)
  • The uniform blouse, with its shiny bronze buttons and its tight cut, emphasized the curve of the chest and shoulders and the strength of the young back.†   (source)
  • The rays of a bronzed sun shine behind them.†   (source)
  • She was in her middle to late thirties, with short dark hair, stylishly cut, framing a face that was bronzed by the sun.†   (source)
  • At night a tremendous mass meeting was held in the Auditorium, where a bronze tablet which had been inscribed to her memory was unveiled.†   (source)
  • She's just the opposite of Mom, tall and bronze with dark hair and almost black eyes.†   (source)
  • He settled on bronze.†   (source)
  • Pickett rode into the firelight, bronze-curled and lovely, hair down to his shoulders, regal and gorgeous on a stately mount.†   (source)
  • That was all people talked about for months, but I thought of Mr. Clayton's old-timey word most on glorious fall days when it seemed the whole dingy classroom turned to bronze, as the leaves sailed and twisted across the dirt schoolyard, some flapping and clinging to the crumbling brick and thick wavy windows.†   (source)
  • Gabriel was standing before his computer as though he had been bronzed.†   (source)
  • …of the ceiling, the plaster—a blistery Wedgwood blue, where visible—was almost completely covered with what may very loosely be called "hangings," meaning a collection of framed photographs, yellowing personal and Presidential correspondence, bronze and silver plaques, and a sprawling miscellany of vaguely citational-looking documents and trophy like objects of various shapes and sizes, all attesting, one way or another, to the redoubtable fact that from 1927 through most of 1943 the…†   (source)
  • Basically beryllium bronze with a touch of lanthanides and platinums.†   (source)
  • He could see a bronze bell and the eyes of a dozen pigeons roosting there.†   (source)
  • I played with the soldiers, throwing arrows into a bronze jar.†   (source)
  • It's the de luxe model with hammered bronze handles and shield which can be suitably engraved, and reinforced bronze corners.†   (source)
  • There had been the bronze historical marker on the other side of the lake at Fangoso Lagoons.†   (source)
  • The filmy mound of silken underpants, looking freshly cleaned, rested on the surface of a marble-top commode inlaid with colored wood and ornamented in strips and scrolls of bronze; a huge and hulking thing, it would have grossly obtruded at Versailles, where in fact it may have been stolen from.†   (source)
  • His skin was certainly black, but beneath it was a curious hint of undersurface bronze, and it was fine-grained: glossy, satiny, almost silk-like.†   (source)
  • The bronze sculpture below the words had been torn away; the jagged little bits of bronze that remained anchored in the granite suggested that the sculptor had done banana leaves or palm branches at the top, to frame his composition.†   (source)
  • Her bronze hair fell upon his hands.†   (source)
  • It raised pillars of dust, glowing like bronze in the rays of the low sun.†   (source)
  • After a while he could begin to see the shapes of them clearly, great bronzy bulges that looked as if they were blown up tight like balloons, and solemn deep scoops of shady blue that ran from the tops on down below the tops of the near hills, deeper than he could see.†   (source)
  • The crowd fell silent as Daniel Webster rose slowly to his feet, all the impressive powers of his extraordinary physical appearance—the great, dark, brooding eyes, the wonderfully bronzed complexion, the majestic domed forehead—commanding the same awe they had commanded for more than thirty years.†   (source)
  • Clytie took a match and advanced to the stair post, where the bronze cast of Hermes was holding up a gas fixture; and at once above this, lighted up, but quite still, like one of the unmovable relics of the house, Octavia stood waiting on the stairs.†   (source)
  • At every step the crystal hummed sweet chords, throbbing like the prolonged over-tones of bronze bells.†   (source)
  • "This," Annabeth said, and she drew her bronze knife.†   (source)
  • And weaponry—Holy Hephaestus: rotating ballista, mounted crossbows, Celestial bronze plating.†   (source)
  • I had a flashback to my dream of the sun bus careening toward a giant bronze face.†   (source)
  • I slapped my wristwatch and it spiraled into a bronze shield.†   (source)
  • My bronze shield still hung on the wall, dented and unusable.†   (source)
  • She wore rings on each of her fingers, primitive-looking bands hammered out of bronze and gold.†   (source)
  • The bronze blade glowed with a faint light.†   (source)
  • It resonates best with Celestial bronze.†   (source)
  • The building sat at the edge of a stream, with several waterwheels turning a series of bronze gears.†   (source)
  • Also its two bronze statues, both commissioned by the Chase family.†   (source)
  • She'd impaled it through the back leg with a celestial bronze spear.†   (source)
  • Monsters hated celestial bronze weapons.†   (source)
  • I recognized again that tousled bronze hair.†   (source)
  • Director Sato led Anderson over to a quiet area near the bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson.†   (source)
  • Khal Drogo stood over her as she ate, his face as hard as a bronze shield.†   (source)
  • If bronze statues could blush, I swear Hank did.†   (source)
  • One man removed the heavy bronze bars; the second pulled the door inward.†   (source)
  • The sight of celestial bronze is hateful to most mon-sters.†   (source)
  • She wore bronze armor that stopped at her waist.†   (source)
  • Spiraling down from the clouds was a large winged creature that glinted of Celestial bronze.†   (source)
  • At the goddess's feet, a fire burned in a bronze brazier.†   (source)
  • They had a great time wrestling for the bronze shield and playing Get the Greek.†   (source)
  • Luke whistled to one of his men, who threw him a round leather-and-bronze shield.†   (source)
  • I gripped the wheel and stared in horror as a massive bronze face loomed outside the windshield.†   (source)
  • Carved into the side of the cliff was a little plaza with two big bronze statues.†   (source)
  • The sheath was worn black leather, bound in bronze.†   (source)
  • They spit acid that can melt through bronze armor and—†   (source)
  • The only computer at camp was in Chiron's office, and the whole room was shielded in bronze plating.†   (source)
  • Tyson and I took our plates to the bronze brazier and scraped a portion of our food into the flames.†   (source)
  • A bronze brazier, just like the one at camp.†   (source)
  • Hot enough to melt Celestial bronze or Imperial gold.†   (source)
  • With a metallic shink, Percy's pen grew into a blade of glowing Celestial bronze.†   (source)
  • The celestial bronze blade had to be destroying his essence.†   (source)
  • You had the nerve to put a hundred-foot-tall bronze statue in your front lawn!†   (source)
  • Two guards in bronze armor marched in, holding an old man between them.†   (source)
  • A gleaming bronze blade sliced up one side of the Earthborn and down the other.†   (source)
  • A criminally beautiful hundred-foot-tall Celestial bronze giant was another thing entirely.†   (source)
  • In a few seconds he was holding a bronze and silver falcon.†   (source)
  • Their pincers can snap through Celestial bronze.†   (source)
  • Quintus threw the bronze shield, and Mrs. O'Leary lumbered after it.†   (source)
  • The ghosts retreated with a collective hiss at the sight of my celestial bronze blade.†   (source)
  • And hanging on the wall were several sets of bronze and silver wings.†   (source)
  • Several found chinks in armor, and some of the giants vaporized at the touch of celestial bronze.†   (source)
  • At the end of the room, between two bronze braziers, was a dais.†   (source)
  • Backbiter's double edge glowed wickedly-half steel, half celestial bronze.†   (source)
  • Sets of armor hung under the windows, their bronze plates glinting in the sun.†   (source)
  • He distracted her with the bronze shield Frisbee.†   (source)
  • His skin turned transparent, revealing the bronze gears and machinery whirring inside his body.†   (source)
  • Bronze statues of winged serpents with ruby eyes seemed to occupy every corner.†   (source)
  • Piper stared at the cruel bronze face of the war god.†   (source)
  • Celestial bronze rang against the ice, but Riptide stuck to the chain like glue.†   (source)
  • Wait …. these giants trapped my dad in a bronze jar?†   (source)
  • The spirits of the dead made way like the Celestial bronze was a blazing fire.†   (source)
  • Amidships, Piper and Hazel practiced their swordplay, gold and bronze blades ringing in the night.†   (source)
  • She turned and kissed the base of a tall bronze statue of Elyon-a winged serpent on a pole.†   (source)
  • "Bronze and iron are stronger than gold and silver," Robb answered.†   (source)
  • Edward chuckled and ran his free hand through his tousled bronze hair.†   (source)
  • She studied the — sword, the parchment, the bronze-and-iron crown.†   (source)
  • He ran his hand through his tousled bronze hair.†   (source)
  • Babi swatted a bronze statue of some poor famous bloke and knocked his head clean off.†   (source)
  • Next to the tree, a bronze plaque was affixed to the wall.†   (source)
  • I thought about all the bronze statues in the parks, plazas, and buildings of New York.†   (source)
  • Celestial bronze fell to earth in odd places.†   (source)
  • On the other side of the doors, a huge horse of bronze and iron reared up on two great legs.†   (source)
  • At the edge of the lawn, the Laistrygonians were stacking bronze cannonballs.†   (source)
  • Once that was done, he began to recast the Celestial bronze scraps.†   (source)
  • Deep bronze bells, chiming, he hears them.†   (source)
  • Beneath the dragonglass was an old warhorn, made from an auroch's horn and banded in bronze.†   (source)
  • His lightning bolt flickered off, and Zeus clipped the Celestial bronze rod to his belt.†   (source)
  • The First Men killed half of them with bronze blades, and the Andals finished the job with iron.†   (source)
  • Her shiny bronze-colored hair fell in ringlets past her shoulders.†   (source)
  • They wore halfhelms, and had thin bronze disks sewn to their long leather shirts.†   (source)
  • We killed them with Celestial bronze, but that was before … you know.†   (source)
  • She wanted to play fetch, so I picked up a bronze shield and tossed it across the arena.†   (source)
  • She wore lambskin breeches soft with long use, and a sleeveless jerkin armored in bronze scales.†   (source)
  • Nico's sword was with him in the bronze jar.†   (source)
  • The bronze shields along the rails popped like over-pressurized soda cans.†   (source)
  • The Celestial bronze 0-ring slipped out of Leo's pliers and slid into the depths of the crawl space.†   (source)
  • "I swear it by bronze and iron," his sister said.†   (source)
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