Hyacinthine

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to or like the hyacinth; lovely; beautiful.

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Usage examples "hyacinthine":

  1. All day then those three: the hyacinthine sky, the flashing lamp, the white earth, with not one crystal thawing. - "The Reign of Law A Tale of the Kentucky Hemp Fields", James Lane Allen.
  2. Lean, pallid students have found themselves plump and blooming, and it has happened that one whose hair was straight as gnat of an Indian has been startled to behold himself in his mirror with a fringe of hyacinthine curls about his rejuvenated countenance. - "A Mortal Antipathy", Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr..
  3. He always rode bareheaded, and the brown hair, which he wore a little longer than other men's, was tossed from its masculine primness to certain hyacinthine lines which were becoming. - "The Power and the Glory", Grace MacGowan Cooke.