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- adjective Not
veined; not having veins
- adjective geology Not having a geological
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The stone which formed the well might have been quartz, or even some kind of unveined marble.
Tales of Known Space Niven, Larry 1975
The unveined hands held the flowers with the upright, unselfconscious grip of a child; the boy's lips were slightly parted in a half-smile, tranquil and secretive.
She Closed Her Eyes 2010
Harry gaped upward at the shining, unveined, white marble walls of the palace, rising two stories to a battlemented wall above the huge bronze doors.
This Scepter'd Isle Lackey, Mercedes 2004
Those eyes could truly have been of glass, so unveined and polished they seemed - like a sky of summer drought.
The Shadow of the Torturer Wolfe, Gene 1980
It was like a palace of light, of which the framework or skeleton was of white unveined marble.
Recreations of Christopher North, Volume 2 John Wilson 1819