It illuminated the dull water-meadows, evoking colour—iridescent, opaline tints—where colour had ceased to be.
The little picture has all the opaline atmosphere of a Claude Lorraine.
The Osmanli came on, slowly pushing that immense ripple across the opaline floors.
In the noonday light the intense, opaline pallor of her face was startling.
The opaline loveliness of the choirs clearstory grisaille has drawn from M. Viollet-le-Duc one of his most eloquent pages.
The Boy was struck by a note that was almost horror in the opaline voice so near him.
Where once shone its opaline palisades is now but a field of crumpled ice.
What moonlights must glitter there like millions of diamonds; what sunrises and sunsets must burn like opaline mist!
Some of them are as white as snow, some are opaline, and others are tinged with mineral colours.
The delicate skyey background of opaline tints and lustre made distinct and definite their majestic symmetry of outline.