Soon enough, I felt my own guts rebelling and stepped out into the crystalline Andean night.
They slowed, and the rushing sound gave way to a hush that made the crystalline tranquillity complete.
He was crystalline clear about the example set by his father.
The tin occurs in the form of cassiterite, and is found chiefly in or near the crystalline rocks, especially the granite.
The pure carbide is a colorless, transparent, crystalline substance.
How does it differ from the surface of the crystalline rocks seen in the Torridonian Mountains (Fig. 206), and why?
They are while crystalline solids and are poisonous in character.
If muscarine be present, a crystalline compound of muscarine platinum chloride will form.
The ground was encrusted with sulphur and crystalline concretions.
The clear: is the crystalline or outermost heaven of the old cosmography.
crystalline crys·tal·line (krĭs'tə-lĭn, -līn', -lēn')
Being, relating to, or composed of crystal or crystals.
Resembling crystal, as in transparency or distinctness of structure or outline.