noun. ['ˈbrɑːnz'] an alloy of copper and tin and sometimes other elements; also any copper-base alloy containing other elements in place of tin.
- silicon bronze
- beryllium bronze
- copper-base alloy
- bell metal
- nickel bronze
- phosphor bronze
- leaded bronze
- atomic number 29
- achromatic color
Words that Rhyme with Bronze
Example sentences of the word bronze
1. Noun, singular or mass
Prime the can and brush on a rough coat of dull oil-rubbed bronze paint.
2. Verb, past participle
Wax begonia leaves can be bronze, red or green, but they always grow in an alternate pattern.
Both chromium and stainless steel sinks are less expensive than nickel or bronze sinks.
Quotes containing the word bronze
1. Mythologically speaking, if there's anything I hate worse than trios of old ladies, it's bulls. Last summer, I fought the Minotaur on top of Half-Blood Hill. This time what I saw up there was even worse: two bulls. And not just regular bulls - bronze ones the size of elephants. And even that wasn't bad enough. Naturally they had to breathe fire, too.
- Rick Riordan, The Sea of Monsters
2. My eyes are bronze, my hair is turning silver, and my heart is gold. Oh, and my love for you belongs in the Olympics, because it’s Special.
- Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not FOR SALE
3. Love is a bronze statue sinking in quicksand. But if I hand you a lasso, will you try to save the statue—or use the lasso to hang yourself? If you need me, I’ll be here to kick the chair out from under your feet.
- Jarod Kintz, Love quotes for the ages. And the ageless sages.
adjective. of red tinged with bronze.
adjective. ['ˈbrɑːnz'] of the color of bronze.
adjective. ['ˈbrɑːnz'] made from or consisting of bronze.
noun. ['ˈbrɑːnz'] a sculpture made of bronze.
- chromatic color
verb. ['ˈbrɑːnz'] give the color and appearance of bronze to something.
verb. ['ˈbrɑːnz'] get a tan, from wind or sun.