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false diamond

noun

  1. any of a number of semiprecious stones that resemble diamond, such as zircon and white topaz


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But I shouldn't think it would be worth your while to keep false diamond rings.

A bank-note, a ring, a false diamond (taken to be a true one), in a blue ribbon; and I have stolen them.

I took dinner the other evening with the false diamond, and made but a surly appearance.

A man with a false diamond shuns the society of lapidaries, and it is upon this principle that superstition abhors science.

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