1. partially opaque
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  • However, beautiful effects can be obtained under opaque or semiopaque glazes. 10. Decoration
  • Robineau used a semiopaque white glaze tinted with copper, which yields greens that range in tone from a pale opalescent turquoise to a stronger green on the cover, stand, and medallions.
  • Each drawing, a veritable webbing of wispy white lines that merge, plait, and even throb across their surfaces of coal-black paper, offers a new and semiopaque supernatural vision of worlds -- of creatures, of material, of flora -- that only our imaginations can rightly access. ArtScene: Catch Them Before They Close: Top Current Exhibitions in the Northwest
  • Most Chinese buildings are aggressively alien: concrete structures with brilliant blue, semiopaque windows. Shards Of A Nation
  • Merriam-Webster defines “scumble” as partly “to make as color or a painting less brilliant by covering with a thin coat of opaque or semiopaque color.” Archive 2007-05-01
  • Lit from within and turned semiopaque, it might be a twin to the object he now found himself gazing at in wonderment. The Dig
  • It is possible to make glazes with every degree of transparency or opacity, such as semitransparent or semiopaque. 5. Simple glaze theory
  • Some have only tiny banks of windows near the top, the glass semiopaque, giving a hint of motion and light but not actually letting you see wht's going on. Jaxraven Diary Entry
  • It is made of more than a thousand semiopaque windows set into an elegant steel grid. The Light of Christ Abounds in Oakland's New Cathedral
  • For several hours, on the far side of a semiopaque security curtain that had been erected in the main spacedock hangar, a team of stevedores had been off-loading from the Enterprise mangled piles of metal, and shipping containers packed tight with small debris. Harbinger
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