adamantine

[adj] - consisting of or having the hardness of adamant 2. [adj] - having the hardness of a diamond
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Adamantine

A high degree of sparkle, as demonstrated by a diamond.
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Adamantine

Adamantine: In dentistry, relating to the enamel of the teeth. Adamantine comes from the Greek and Latin word adamas which applied to substances having the hardness or luster of a diamond. Adamantine figuratively means unyielding and inflexible.
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Adamantine

Ad`a·man'tine adjective [ Latin adamantinus , Greek ....] 1. Made of adamant, or having the qualities of adamant; incapable of being broken, dissolved, or penetrated; as, adamantine bonds or chains. 2. (Min.) Like the diamond in hardness or luster.
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adamantine

adjective having the hardness of a diamond
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adamantine

(ad″ә-man´tin) pertaining to the enamel of the teeth.
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Adamantine

• (a.) Made of adamant, or having the qualities of adamant; incapable of being broken, dissolved, or penetrated; as, adamantine bonds or chains. • (a.) Like the diamond in hardness or luster.
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adamantine

adamantine 1. Made of or resembling adamant (a legendary stone thought to be impenetrable); having the hardness or luster of a diamond. 2. Characterized as unyielding, inflexible; resolute.
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adamantine

Type: Term Pronunciation: ad′ă-man′tēn Definitions: 1. Exceedingly hard; formerly used in reference to the enamel of the teeth.
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Adamantine

Adamantine refers to a brilliant lustre like that of a diamond (adamant). It results from a mineral having a high index of refraction.
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Adamantine

[veneer] Adamantine is a veneer developed by The Celluloid Manufacturing Company of New York City, covered by U.S. Patent number 232,037, dated September 7, 1880. Seth Thomas Clock Company purchased the right to use the adamantine veneer in 1880. This veneer is sometimes referred to as celluloid and is found on clocks in a wide variety of c...
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Adamantine

Brilliant light reflecting and transmitting properties in diamonds and other gemstones, known as adamantine lustre.
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adamantine

Having a luster like that of a diamond
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adamantine

Pertaining to luster. Transparent minerals with a very high luster are said to have an adamantine luster.
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adamantine

unbreakable; impenetrable
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