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ambery

Etymology 1 a. Like or resembling amber. Etymology 2

n. (obsolete form of ambry English)

Usage examples of "ambery".

He saw another pair of eyes gazing out at him They were ambery eyes, as he called them-- just what was to be expected from a star.

More than once she reached toward the flagon, seduced by the ambery liquid.

As soon as she had done so, Maude strapped her wrists to the front legs of the apparatus, whilst Alice made her slim ankles fast to the other legs, thus spread-eagling her startlingly jutting, white, twitching bottom out and up in the most lascivious way, so that the secret ambery crease between the naked hillocks was lewdly distended and every portion of her private anatomy exposed not only to the gaze of her executioner but also to the searching tips of the slender withes of the fresh new rod which Maude now handed her chum with sparkling eyes.

A broadly sinuous ambery crevice parted the globes, which by reflexive instinct poor Miss Medbury tried to close by contracting all her muscles in a useless defense.

Looking southwards, some holland screens barred half of the nave, which showed ambery in the sunlight and was speckled at both ends by the dazzling blue and crimson of stained-glass windows.

He saw another pair of eyes gazing out at him They were ambery eyes, as he called them-- just what was to be expected from a star.