How To Use Translucence In A Sentence

  • Her skin had an uncanny translucence relieved by large dark blotches where nurses had tried to find a vein and she had bled under the surface.
  • Opaque during the day, the perforated screens have a seductive, gauzy translucence after dark, as light diffuses through the fine mesh.
  • These stripes often alternate between dense opacity and a milky translucence that barely hides the underlying layers.
  • Unprecedented in a translucence plastic body provides various types of color to provide a wide variety of choices to rider.
  • Suspended within multiple layers of the building structure, the effect of this gauzy translucence is to elevate space into an experience of lightness and weightlessness.
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  • Waves lose their translucence, become a million jagged snowcaps that bob and creak, weave and thrash on a suicide mission southwards, the North Fork of Long Island, a blue and brown dash in the distance. Monkeytown prologue/chapter first
  • Galia Amsel, working with translucence and opacity, pushes grey and white glass to its densest, tapering her squared slabs towards narrow, light edges.
  • It also had a translucence about it, but not as much as described by some art critics in the press, the material was a lot thicker than the PVC they described, it was more like rubber.
  • The alabaster's milky translucence and variegated, veined surfaces suggest the body, celestial charts and tide-roiled seashores.
  • But, the spreading of colours to get the effect of translucence or transparency should be done before the material absorbs the colour.
  • Although the composite material is synthetic, the clear or milky translucence of quartz gives the countertops a depth and luminosity that can only be achieved with natural stone.
  • Legends of the discovery of glass have someone sitting on the sand beside last night's fire picking up a pitted, opaque greyish stone and discovering its hardness and translucence.
  • In the 1990s, however, as managerialism began to dominate the university, translucence and opaqueness replaced transparency.
  • The colony was round, orderliness velvet and translucence.
  • At first glance these would appear to be melanite but the closeup shows a bright red translucence at the crystal edges and fracture planes.
  • Where privacy is a concern, invest in lighter curtain fabrics such as lightly woven linens or cottons that have a high degree of translucence.
  • He was pale-skinned to the point of translucence and his sunken eyes were dark with fatigue.
  • Different terms applied to opaque and translucent red, and special terms described translucence itself.
  • For its pale translucence, this form of gypsum is known as selenite, named after Selene, the Greek goddess of the moon. Did you know? Chihuahua caves house the world's largest crystals
  • For its pale translucence, this form of gypsum is known as selenite, named after Selene, the Greek goddess of the moon. Did you know? Chihuahua caves house the world's largest crystals
  • The surface of smooth hairs appears even and often shiny, that of verrucose hairs slightly irregular and a little dull due to impeded translucence.
  • Unprecedented in a translucence plastic body provides various types of color to provide a wide variety of choices to rider.
  • OK, you saut√© the onions in a thin coating of oil or butter, but to translucence, not caramelization.

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