Results for silver

Definitions of silver:

part of speech: noun

A splinter; a sharp, thin, pointed piece, as of wood.

part of speech: verb

To cover or coat with silver; to cover with an amalgam of tin and quicksilver; to adorn with mild or silver- like lustre; to make hoary.

part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to, or made of, silver; like silver in color or sound; as, silver hair, or silver tones.

part of speech: noun

A soft white metal, capable of a high polish: money made of silver: anything having the appearance of silver.

part of speech: adjective

White like silver; made of silver; soft and clear, as in the tones of the voice.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cover with silver: to make like silver: to make smooth and bright: to make silvery.

part of speech: adjective

Made of silver: resembling silver: white: bright: precious: gentle.

part of speech: verb transitive, verb intransitive

To divide into long, thin pieces.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cover or coat with silver or a substance resembling silver; to make bright or white like silver.

part of speech: noun

A well- known metal of a peculiar white colour, having a brilliant lustre, malleable, ductile, and soft when pure; one of the perfect metals; money made of silver; anything having the lustre or soft splendour of silver.

part of speech: noun

A precious, soft, white, ductile, metallic element; silverware, money, etc., made of this metal; the color of this metal.

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