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Word: verdigris

Definition: green coating or patina on copper which has been exposed to the weather


Sentences Containing 'verdigris'

And though now nailed amidst all the rustiness of iron bolts and the verdigris of copper spikes, yet, untouchable and immaculate to any foulness, it still preserved its Quito glow.
The pedestal, it appeared to me, was of bronze, and was thick with verdigris.
Then I got a big pebble from the river, and came and hammered till I had flattened a coil in the decorations, and the verdigris came off in powdery flakes.
Verdigris Township, Nebraska may refer to the following places:
Well-known members of this genus include the edible "Stropharia rugosoannulata" and the blue-green verdigris agarics ("Stropharia aeruginosa" and allies).
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