optical phenomenon

NOUN
  1. a physical phenomenon related to or involving light
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How To Use optical phenomenon In A Sentence

  • Although it has long been known that a rainbow is produced by the dispersion of white light through rain droplets via refraction, there is far more to this optical phenomenon than first meets the eye.
  • But this was no rainbow - it was a sundog, an optical phenomenon. Times, Sunday Times
  • Although it has long been known that a rainbow is produced by the dispersion of white light through rain droplets via refraction, there is far more to this optical phenomenon than first meets the eye.
  • Halos: Also known as a nimbus, icebow or Gloriole, a halo is an optical phenomenon that appears near or around the Sun or Moon, and sometimes near other strong light sources such as street lights. Celestial Phenomena
  • Mary Shelley's day of the optical phenomenon known as parhelia, or "mock suns. Note: three suns
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