Synonyms and related words:
Irish confetti, Lydian stone, Tarmac, Tarvia, aa, abyssal rock, acorn, adamant, adamantine, adobe, agate, alexandrite, amethyst, anklet, anthraconite, aplite, aquamarine, arch, armlet, ashlar, asphalt, aventurine, bakestone, bangle, barrow, basalt, basanite, beads, bedrock, beetlestone, behead, berry, beryl, bijou, bird seed, bitumen, bituminous macadam, black sheep, blacktop, blemish, block lava, bloodstone, blow to pieces, blow up, board, bola, bolt, bondstone, bone, boomerang, booze up, boozify, boundary stone, bowstring, bracelet, brain, brash, brass, breastpin, breccia, brick, brickbat, bricks and mortar, brilliant, brimstone, bring down, brooch, brownstone, buhr, buhrstone, burn, burn to death, bust, cairn, cairngorm, capstone, carbuncle, carnelian, cement, cenotaph, chain, chalcedony, chalk, chaplet, charm, chatelaine, chrysoberyl, chrysolite, circle, citrine, clapboard, clinker, cobble, cobblestone, column, concrete, conglomerate, copestone, copperplate, coral, cornerstone, coronet, countermissile, covering materials, crag, crock, cromlech, cross, crown, crucify, crystal, cup, curb, curbing, curbstone, cut down, cut to pieces, cyclolith, deal a deathblow, decapitate, decollate, defenestrate, demantoid, dendrite, diabase, diadem, diamond, disintegrate, dolmen, dolomite, doorstone, dripstone, drop, druid stone, duplicate plate, eaglestone, earring, edgestone, egg, electrocute, electrotype, emerald, emery rock, execute, face, fell, ferroconcrete, festooned pahoehoe, firebrick, flag, flagging, flagstone, flaxseed, flint, flintlike, flinty, floatstone, flooring, fob, footstone, foreign body, foreign intruder, frag, fruit, fuddle, garnet, garrote, gem, gem stone, girasol, give the quietus, glass, glaze, gneiss, goldstone, grain, granite, granitelike, granitic, grave, gravel, gravestone, grindstone, grit, gritrock, gritstone, guillotine, gun down, hairstone, harlequin opal, hayseed, headstone, heart of oak, heliotrope, hoarstone, hyacinth, igneous rock, impurity, incinerate, inflict capital punishment, inscription, intruder, iron, ironstone, jade, jadestone, jargoon, jasper, jewel, jugulate, kerb, kerbstone, kernel, keystone, lapidate, lapis lazuli, lath, lath and plaster, lava, lay low, limestone, linseed, lithic, living rock, locked-up page, locket, lodestone, macadam, magma, mantlerock, marble, marblelike, marker, masonry, mausoleum, megalith, memento, memorial, memorial arch, memorial column, memorial statue, memorial stone, menhir, metamorphic rock, milestone, milkstone, millstone, misfit, missile, monkey wrench, monolith, monument, moonstone, morganite, mortar, mote, mound, nails, necklace, necrology, nose ring, nut, oak, obelisk, obituary, obsidian, oddball, oilstone, onyx, opal, overtake, pahoehoe, paper, pavement, pavestone, paving, paving material, paving stone, pellet, pelt, peridot, petrified, petrogenic, phonolite, pickle, pillar, pillow lava, pin, pip, pistol, pit, pitchstone, plank, plaque, plasma, plaster, plasters, plastic plate, plate, poleax, pollute, porphyry, precious stone, prestressed concrete, printing plate, printing surface, prize, projectile, pudding stone, pumice, put to death, pyramid, quartz, quartzite, regolith, reliquary, remembrance, rhinestone, ribbon, riddle, ring, road metal, rock, rocket, roofage, roofing, ropy lava, rose quartz, rostral column, rottenstone, rubber plate, rubble, rubblestone, rubstone, ruby, sandstone, sapphire, sard, sardonyx, sarsen, schist, scoria, scree, sedimentary rock, seed, semiprecious stone, serpentine, shaft, shake, shale, sheathe, shelly pahoehoe, shingle, shoot, shoot down, shoot to death, shotgun, shrine, siding, silence, slabstone, slate, slaty, sliver, snakestone, soapstone, souse, speck, spinel, spinel ruby, splinter, stab to death, stalactite, stalagmite, starstone, steatite, steel, steel plate, stela, stepping-stone, stepstone, stereotype, stew, stickpin, stinkstone, stone to death, strangle, strike dead, stupa, swack, tablet, talus, tarmacadam, testimonial, thatch, throw stick, throwing-stick, tiara, tile, tilestone, tiling, tipsify, tomb, tombstone, topaz, tope, torpedo, torque, touchstone, trap, traprock, trophy, tufa, tuff, turquoise, typeform, vaporize, veneer, waddy, wall in, wall up, walling, wallpaper, wampum, washboard, weatherboard, weed, whetstone, whitestone, wristband, wristlet, zincograph, zincotype

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