amber

All Noun
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  • Amber arrived in Greek hands from some place known to be far to the north.
  • Most likely there has been trade also in these periods f.e. with amber.
  • Amber's method of working is based on building long-term relationships within communities.
  • In addition to fish the sea also provides amber, especially from its southern shores.
  • Eye color can also be ice blue, brown, green, gray, or amber.
  • Metal, amber, and wood-working shops also became important to the city's development.
  • Amber is a girl who has suffered from domestic abuse at the hands of her father.
  • One of the most famous rooms of the palace is the Amber Room.
  • It gives its name to the local government district and borough of Amber Valley.
  • The first life uses pink while the second life uses an amber hue.
  • Amber's arrival has a profound effect on all the family members.
  • Rolled pieces of amber may be picked up on the east coast of England.
  • Eyes may be blue, green, or amber, or even one blue and one amber or green.
  • Some of their settlements situated along the Amber Road developed into commercial centers.
  • How few were the objects brought to Amber's view in their small secluded home! Cited from Newton Forster, by Captain Frederick Marryat
  • Up to and into the Middle Ages, amber was more valuable than gold in many places.
  • This type of amber has also been found in the Mycenae region from the same time period.
  • White and amber seats form the word Hull in the north and south stands.
  • Amber, who is happy about what Mark did, tells him she is giving Gary another chance.
  • Additionally, there are a number of Amber short stories and other works.
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Synonyms of amber

Meaning of amber

  • noun A deep yellow color
    an amber light illuminated the room, he admired the gold of her hair
  • noun A hard yellowish to brownish translucent fossil resin; used for jewelry