carbuncle, agate, crystalline, chalk, felspar, aquamarine, pellucid, haematite, rust, glass, diamond, flint, lucent, crystallizing, fob, hour hand, LCD, transparent, hematite, glass fiber, baguette, Pyrex, quartz glass, residue, igneous, minute hand, beryl, distillate, lucid, watch glass, crystallization, filtrate, frosting, movement, limpid, scale, watch crystal, liquid, crystallisation, dioxin, vitreous silica, precipitate, LED, hand, emerald, basalt, face, clear, lechatelierite, see-through, crystal clear, frosted, cut glass, amethyst, dial, frosted glass, glassware
mineral (part of speech: noun)
clay, calcite, lime, mica, talcum, chromite, bauxite, corundum, azurite, iolite, lazurite, peat, asbestos, alabaster, fool's gold, fluorspar, coke, silicate, silica, feldspar, obsidian, glauconite, garnet, barite, selenite, gypsum, fluorite, quicklime, kaolinite, aragonite, carbon, spar, mineral, lignite, pitchblende, pyroxene, pyrite, pumice, hornblende, molybdenite, brookite, magnesite, orthoclase, cryolite, chlorite, salt, coal, emery, boron, brimstone, quartz, cobalt, ozocerite, graphite, vermiculite, sulfur, chalcedony, diatomite, rhodonite, manganese
- The hypnotist uses a crystal ball and chain for this experiment. - "A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis", Melvin Powers.
- He did not come in the evening they missed the Crystal Egg nor the evening after that evening. - "The King of Ireland's Son", Padraic Colum.
- She had returned softly, seven weeks ago, carrying carefully her gift, as a fragile, flawless crystal. - "The Flaw in the Crystal", May Sinclair.