[ US /ˈniɑn/ ]
[ UK /nˈiːɒn/ ]
[ UK /nˈiːɒn/ ]
- a colorless odorless gaseous element that give a red glow in a vacuum tube; one of the six inert gasses; occurs in the air in small amounts
How To Use neon In A Sentence
- Again, close liaison between obstetrician, midwife, general practitioner, cardiologist, and neonatologist is vital.
- The results of two recent studies have demonstrated an association between postneonatal mortality and particulate air pollution.
- Chromatic versions of both the Chemnitz concertina and the bandoneon have been made.
- From the dark streets of the city, whether lit by a single streetlamp or brazenly flashing neon signs, to the desolate coastline, where Marlowe is first blackjacked by an unknown assailant, there is no safe haven from disorder and danger. Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood
- Complication of mechanical ventilation in neonates with respiratory distress.
- As developmental paediatrician to a neonatal referral centre she followed many low birthweight children with great skill.
- It is amusing to note, however, that the doggie equivalent of red-eye in photos is an unsettling neon green, which my small photo-editing skills don't extend to erasing.
- As the sun sets on the skyscrapers, neon lights hug the outsides of the buildings, making the skyline look as impressive at night as it does during the day.
- The main roads remind me of the roads on the outskirts of huge cities in the USA, with their seemingly endless miles of fast food joints and lurid neon signs.
- Where the horizontal elements of the paneling collected the most smalt, there is an almost neon glow to the blue.