Fordítások & példák
expand_more Alabástrom bőre megsötétült, a bőrén pikkelyek pattogtak ki.
A fehéres holdfényben úgy nézett ki, mint egy gyönyörű alabástrom szobor.
A bőre vértelen volt, fehér, mint az alabástrom, a tekintete üres.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "alabaster" szó használatára magyarul
Az alábbi mondatok külső forrásokból származnak és nem miden esetben ponstosak. Ennél fogva a bab.la semmilyen felelősséget vagy kötelezettséget nem vállal az itt megjelenő információkért.
EnglishHe looked at the row of alabaster jars on the table across the room.
EnglishIt was a glass vial, such as those she'd seen among the alabaster jars in the collection.
EnglishThe pale moonlight made her look very much like an alabaster statue.
EnglishWendy's face was alabaster pale, her eyes halflidded and dazed, but she had begun to shiver.
EnglishHe went calmly up the staircase, slender hand like alabaster sliding upward on the banister.
EnglishHe turned away, and moved to inspect the alabaster jars, even his posture slouching and arrogant.
EnglishShe watched as he went into the Egyptian room, and studied the long line of alabaster jars.
EnglishHer alabaster skin turned darker, and began to grow ridges, scales.
EnglishHis skin was bloodless alabaster, and his eyes were bleak.
EnglishBut, like tinkling currents, alabaster pious images formedrestless, churning.
EnglishIt caught the translucent alabaster of the long row of jars.
EnglishThen he went back into the library and studied the long row of alabaster jars under the mirror.
EnglishThere came to him a woman having an alabaster box of precious ointment and poured it on his head as he was at table.
EnglishAnd alabaster is a stone through which light can pass.
EnglishHer white alabaster body was dripping blood from the eyes.
EnglishThe lines were like blue veins on skin of alabaster.
EnglishIt pointed to the distant row of alabaster jars.
EnglishOnly the skin changed dramatically with the passing years, losing the damage of the sun until it was like alabaster again.
EnglishShe looked at the long row of alabaster jars.
EnglishShe might have CHOOSE YOUR ENEMIES CAREFULLY 55 taken them for white if not for the pure alabaster of the deep pile carpet.