The clothes were dominated by gray, murky green, midnight blue, all with hints of iridescence.
The iridescence of her skin gleamed under the flaming red of her cheeks.
Henry's sleep was feverish, and shot with the iridescence of strange dreams.
Much of Chopin's music has in addition to inspired melody, an iridescence as if produced by cascades of jewels.
She was dressed in black, as usual, with an iridescence of some sort about her person and her hat.
The term "iridescence" is used when the display of colour is seen on the surface, rather than coming out of the stone itself.
On the contrary, its wings had grown to an amazing span and iridescence.
The female is similar, but lacks the white crown and iridescence on the head.
The iridescence of the rippling water over the rainbow-coloured pebbles is very lovely.
What has happened is as clear as the iridescence of a dragon's eye.