Definition of 'onyx'
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Example sentences containing 'onyx'
THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD (2003)
Little white figurines - intricately carved pieces of onyx the size of a child's finger- occupied all the rectangles.THE BROKEN GOD (2003)
It was his obnoxious son, Mark Junior, who stood behind the ten-foot desk, apparently carved out of a single block of onyx.MISS MELVILLE REGRETS (2003)
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Definition of onyx from the Collins English Dictionary
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