The opalescence, so painful to the eyes, had given place to a clear atmosphere; and the low sun was full of rich coloring.
The opalescence above referred to principally affects the manubrium, tentacles, and margin of the nectocalyx.
The opalescence of the glass arises entirely from precipitated silica.
The west was one gigantic stained window, the ocean floor a solid shimmer of opalescence.
The dormant bodies of the great slugs glowed perceptibly brighter as they fed, and the pulsations of opalescence quickened.
The relux glowed, and the opalescence shifted with bewildering, confusing colors.
In an instant the opalescence of the transformation showed on it, but its dozen ray projectors were at work.
A ship glowed with the ray, the opalescence of relux under moleculars visible on its walls.
The alkaline bicarbonates either do not disturb the solution, or only cause a slight degree of opalescence.
A diffused glow of opalescence ran over every ship—save the giant.
opalescent o·pal·es·cent (ō'pə-lěs'ənt)
Resembling an opal in the display of various colors, often used to describe certain bacterial cultures.