Sweet potatoes with orange flesh—garnet and Jewel types, for example—are too moist.
The garnet Café, named for Idaho's state gem, really is precious.
Even garnet's gyro wrap is made with McLane farms seasoned lamb.
Hessonite is rather a soft stone, its hardness being about that of quartz or 7, whilst the hardness of most garnet reaches 7.5.
He stopped and looked at garnet in order to see the effect of the information.
And oh, why didnt I have regular gold hair like yours instead of this garnet mane?
To garnet's chagrin the Irish gentleman and his daughter also rose.
Major garnet pressed forward to where, at the team's left, the owner of these chattels sat on his ill-conditioned horse.
garnet dropped the handle, Ukridge dropped the jug, Mrs. Ukridge screamed.
garnet, the Gunpowder-Plot Jesuit, also contributed to the ghastly triumphs of justice.
early 14c., metathesized from Old French grenat "garnet," originally an adjective, "of a dark red color," from Medieval Latin granatum, originally an adjective, "of dark red color," perhaps abstracted from pomegranate (q.v.), from the stone's resemblance either to the shape of the seeds or the color of the pulp. But perhaps the word is from Medieval Latin granum "grain," in its sense of "cochineal, red dye."
Any of several common red, brown, black, green, or yellow minerals having the general chemical formula A3B2SiO8, where A is either calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), iron (Fe), or manganese (Mn) and B is either aluminum (Al), manganese, iron, chromium (Cr), or vanadium (V). Garnet crystals are dodecahedral in shape, transparent to semitransparent, and have a vitreous luster. They usually occur in metamorphic rocks but also occur in igneous and sedimentary rocks.