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Meanings and phrases
- art highly prized for its beauty or perfection; gem
- accumulated wealth in the form of money or jewels etc.; hoarded wealth
- any possession that is highly valued by its owner
- a collection of precious things
- hold dear; prize; value; appreciate
- be fond of; be attached to; care for; cherish; hold dear
- a state in northwestern United States on the Canadian border; Montana; MT
- a chest filled with valuables
- In the corners of each such cave is a treasure chest.
- At the strike of 12 noon, the White Lady appears with a treasure chest.
- He dove in and swam into a large cave where a woman with one eye handed him a treasure chest.
- decumbent South African perennial with short densely leafy stems and orange flower rays with black eyespots at base; Gazania rigens
- a storehouse for treasures
- a game in which players try to find hidden articles by using a series of clues
- And so Hind resolves to reverse the treasure hunt of clues.
- Ronald then begins his treasure hunt with his part of the map.
- Crime Alley: A college wide treasure hunt organised by Rotaract Club, MANIT.
- a 16th-century ship loaded with treasure
- treasure of unknown ownership found hidden (usually in the earth); trove
- any collection of valuables that is discovered
- His books are a treasure trove of scholarship and a great joy to read.
- In the Kingston District in 1901 he held 201 inquests: 121 males and 79 females with one case of treasure trove.
- The Eden Sinfonia also aims to introduce British audience to the treasure trove of Israeli and Middle-Eastern classical music.
- The site is adjacent to the Ōmi Shrine and protected as a national treasure.
- Catchy without being cliche and fun without being dumb, Neutron is a national treasure.
- He has been called "one of the greatest of Irish story-tellers" and "a national treasure".
- However, the treasure hunters turned up empty handed.
- For years, people and treasure hunters have tried to locate "Quedagh Merchant".
- It is not well known or travelled but several treasure hunters have visited the site.
- Ó Séaghdha describes Irish as "the amazing buried treasure".
- Popular belief says the island is the site of Captain Kidd's buried treasure.
- (An account of this may have given rise to subsequent stories of pirates and buried treasure).
- Hamm's script had the Penguin and Catwoman going after hidden treasure.
- A group of hunters come into a dense forest to recover a hidden treasure.
- It is said that there is still somewhere in the mountains a hidden treasure.
- In 1628 a Dutch fleet led by Admiral Piet Hein had captured a Spanish treasure fleet.
- Instead, while Columbus's ships sheltered at the mouth of the Rio Jaina, the first Spanish treasure fleet sailed into the hurricane.
- For generations, Englishmen had contemplated capturing the Spanish treasure fleet, a feat that had only been accomplished once, in 1628, by the Dutch.