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  • adjective dated made of, or relating to, bronze.


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  • The bronzen buckskin was as gentle as a gelding when he was not near mares.

    Horse Hunting

  • The bronzen buckskin was as gentle as a gelding when he was not near mares.

    Horse Hunting

  • Of a sudden the bronzen tones of a great gong broke from the fortress and echoed down the valley.

    Conan The Invincible

  • Then came another tall form, his blue armor and helmeted head cloaked and hooded in dull-bronzen brocade.

    The Golden Torc

  • Bulging domes and squat guard towers rose above a stuccoed wall, wherein was set a great gate whose polished bronzen hinges redly reflected the sun.

    Conan the Wanderer

  • The ledge led to its great bronzen door, green with age.

    Conan of Cimmeria

  • Sigurd, now covered from neck to crotch by a shirt of bronzen scales sewn to leather, puffed up the ladder to the poop deck.

    Conan Of The Isles

  • _ Steering to Cumae, where the Sibyl dwells, Aeneas seeks her cave, whose entrance is barred by bronzen gates, on which is represented the story of Daedalus, -- the first bird man, -- who, escaping from the Labyrinth at Crete, gratefully laid his wings on this altar.

    The Book of the Epic

  • Here, O idle water-wanderer, let your boat glide with the scarcely moving current, and gaze upon the leafy groves of the sub-aqueous wilderness lit up by the rays of the sun, and watch the fish moving singly or in shoals at various depths -- the bearded barbel, the spotted trout, the shimmering bream, and the bronzen tench.

    Two Summers in Guyenne

  • Be all bronzen these numbers, and martial the measure!



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