alabastrine


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Adj.1.alabastrine - of or resembling alabasteralabastrine - of or resembling alabaster; "alabaster statue"
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alabastrine

[ˌæləˈbæstraɪn] ADJalabastrino
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She motions Charlotte toward a creamy couch with a fan of pillows against the back and a mohair blanket, also light, alabastrine, laid over one arm.
Her dam, Alabastrine, is a half-sister to classy types such as Last Second, Arrikala, Alleluia, which gives hope that she might evolve into an Oaks filly, although being by Selkirk her stamina might not stretch to 1m4f.
In the nodular gypsum interval (a), the core of nodules and meganodules is made up of fine-grained, white, secondary alabastrine gypsum.