He was a brunette with hyacinthine locks and lustrous black eyes, and with hands and feet too pretty, almost, for use.
Dark eyes are dearer far Than those that make the hyacinthine bell.
His dark-brown hair was short and hyacinthine, close to his white forehead, and naturally showing his small ears.
There was no suggestion of a body, only that majestic head crowned with hyacinthine locks and limned in lambent fire.
The breezy or stormy sea was purple; the sky was purple; the hyacinthine locks of Narcissus, the rosy lips of Venus were purple.
By continuance of heat it calcines in white fumes, called argentine flowers of antimony, which melt into a hyacinthine glass.
Their blood, which seemed to be poured out upon the ground, rose into hyacinthine flowers.
The hyacinthine curl of her lengthening locks had added something to her beauty; but it was the same face which had haunted him.
He delighted in ‘hyacinthine curls’ and ‘lustrous locks,’ in ‘smiling parterres’ and ‘stately terraces.’
The hyacinthine macaw (the Araruna of the natives) is one of the finest and rarest species of the parrot family.