steel or iron household enameled in an agatelike pattern.
pottery variegated to resemble .
Weimer dumped ham and onions into an agateware basin, and set it on the table.
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ceramic ware made to resemble agate or marble
a female given name: from a Greek word meaning “good.”. Contemporary Examples Unlike Brenda’s husband, Agatha’s husband, Sammy, backs her career goals. Cameroonian Women Fighting Sexism With Tourism Abena Agyeman-Fisher November 6, 2014 Go missing for a week and, like Agatha Christie and Judge Crater, you will make news. Ron Paul’s Nostalgic Appeal Shakes Up […]
Saint, died a.d. 681, Sicilian ecclesiastic: pope 678–681. Historical Examples Agaton, Agathon or Agatho, an uncertain author, L. 526 (see note). Chaucer’s Works, Volume 6 (of 7) — Introduction, Glossary, and Indexes Geoffrey Chaucer Eucoline, the daughter of Agatho, attended me, carrying a lighted torch. Philothea Lydia Maria Child And Alcibiades again was smart on […]
361–289 b.c, tyrant of Syracuse 317–289. Historical Examples Agathocles sent for them to come and aid him in some of his wars. Pyrrhus Jacob Abbott Agathocles hesitated and placed his fingers upon the patient’s pulse. The Lion’s Brood Duffield Osborne Arsinoe, of course, was continually devising means to curtail the growing importance and greatness of […]
c450–c400 b.c, Greek poet and dramatist. Historical Examples See what Agathon says in the Thesmophoriazuse of Aristophanes. A Problem in Greek Ethics John Addington Symonds Socrates piques Alcibiades by a pretended affection for Agathon. Symposium Plato Mourn as we may the loss of Ion and Achæus, our grief for that of Agathon must needs be […]