Origin of treasure
OTHER WORDS FROM treasuretreas·ur·a·ble, adjectivetreas·ure·less, adjectiveun·treas·ur·a·ble, adjectiveun·treas·ured, adjective
How to use treasure in a sentence
The treasures found within the capsule were mostly records that reflected those immediately involved with its planning.
The local people open their homes to show off their treasures inside: artworks, Shoji screens, their homes.
And would-be collectors like Henry Stephenson continue to distort the cultural record in their hunt for hidden treasures.
Four decades of turmoil have devastated archaeological sites, but the chaos has also resurfaced previously buried treasures.
Uncovering these treasures in Iraq has posed a special set of challenges for excavators.
Yet, Monsieur Arden, I have discovered some of the best treasures the house contained, and they are at present in this room.Checkmate|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Take care of a good name: for this shall continue with thee, more than a thousand treasures precious and great.
Six days of the week he worked, piling up the passing treasures of this world.
Ezechias shews all his treasures to the ambassadors of Babylon: upon which Isaias foretells the Babylonish captivity.
Over the mantel in our parlor we have a picture of the lion's den, and it is one of the choicest of our family treasures.