noun chlor·opal \(ˈ)klōr¦ōpəl, -lȯ¦rō-\

Definition of chloropal



  1. :  a yellowish green or greenish yellow clay mineral consisting of hydrous silicate of iron and aluminum and occurring in compact masses or earthy forms resembling opal

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Origin and Etymology of chloropal

German, from chlor- + opal

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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