The damsel hastened until she came into the palace, with head uncovered and face unveiled; and the radiance of her beauty lighted the palace more brightly than four carbuncles would have done.
Her neck and arms were covered with carbuncles more brilliant than the sun.
The carbuncles may appear in any part of the body, being preceded or accompanied by fever.
In the external or localized form, marked by the formation of carbuncles before general infection takes place, death may not occur for several days.
Defn: A disease of horses and cattle accompanied by carbuncles in the mouth and on the tongue.
Those carbunclesthe Indians will scoop, so as to hold above a pint.
Lanterns they have, andcarbuncles enough, That all night long and very clearly burn.
But most commonly carbuncles did not exceed the breadth of three or four fingers.
The apostemata and pustuli were indeed the buboes, boils and carbuncles of the plague, correctly named; but what was the lepra of the Scots?
The Gothland mariner still avers that on certain clear nights he can see the great carbuncles of St. Nicholas' Church gleaming from out the deep.
And albeit that the carbuncles give light right enough, natheles, at all times burneth a vessel of crystal full of balm, for to give good smell and odour to the emperor, and to void away all wicked airs and corruptions.
And above the chief tower of the palace be two round pommels of gold, and in everych of them be two carbuncles great and large, that shine full bright upon the night.
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