silver


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Synonyms for silver

silverware

silver coins

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  • silver coins
  • coins
  • loose change
  • (small) change

second prize

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snowy

Synonyms for silver

a soft white precious univalent metallic element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal

coins made of silver

a light shade of grey

silverware eating utensils

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a trophy made of silver (or having the appearance of silver) that is usually awarded for winning second place in a competition

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coat with a layer of silver or a silver amalgam

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turn silver

made from or largely consisting of silver

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having the white lustrous sheen of silver

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of lustrous grey

expressing yourself readily, clearly, effectively

References in classic literature ?
A tower rose to the ceiling, halfway up appeared a window with a lamp burning in it, and behind the white curtain appeared Zara in a lovely blue and silver dress, waiting for Roderigo.
A gentle slope descends from it to a silver sheet of water, bordered by high trees, between which, peeps may be caught at the blue hills of the Hudson.
The silver bore no large proportion in amount to the gold, because the long pieces of linen which formed his chief work were always partly paid for in gold, and out of the silver he supplied his own bodily wants, choosing always the shillings and sixpences to spend in this way.
O silver fish in the silver stream, O golden fish in the golden gleam, Tell me, tell me, tell me true, Shall I find my girl if I follow you?
The evening was now becoming dark, when a Jewish servant entered the apartment, and placed upon the table two silver lamps, fed with perfumed oil; the richest wines, and the most delicate refreshments, were at the same time displayed by another Israelitish domestic on a small ebony table, inlaid with silver; for, in the interior of their houses, the Jews refused themselves no expensive indulgences.
Between Silver and myself we got together in a few days a company of the toughest old salts imaginable--not pretty to look at, but fellows, by their faces, of the most indomitable spirit.
In one of my fobs there was a silver watch, and in the other a small quantity of gold in a purse.
HER daughter shall have much silver and gold; HIS daughter is frozen quite stiff and cold.
Thereupon they got a great sack and filled it with silver plate from the shelves where it would not at once be missed, and they swung the sack between them, and away they went, out of the house, out of the town, and into the friendly shelter of Sherwood Forest.
When in tall trees the dying moonbeams quiver: When floods of fire efface the Silver River, Then comes the hour when I must seek Lo-Yang beyond the furthest peak.
There was not money enough of any kind, in many parts of the country, to pay the salaries of the ministers; so that they sometimes had to take quintals of fish, bushels of corn, or cords of wood, instead of silver or gold.
He threw tough copper into the fire, and tin, with silver and gold; he set his great anvil on its block, and with one hand grasped his mighty hammer while he took the tongs in the other.
It would occasion me no surprise to learn that tin and silver, or what I consider of more consequence, good coal—”
Thy world has not the dross of ours, Yet all the beauty-all the flowers That list our love or deck our bowers In dreamy gardens, where do lie Dreamy maidens all the day; While the silver winds of Circassy On violet couches faint away.
At that moment Dorothy saw lying on the table the silver shoes that had belonged to the Witch of the East.