She talks in a prismatic way that I find perfect for the telephone—a back and forth of recognitions, observations, and phrases.
Each telling brings new details or perspective, making the book both repetitive and prismatic.
The teeth are prismatic and hypselodont, growing from persistent pulps.
In the gray Trant atmosphere she flashed with prismatic fires.
Falling showers here and there softened and veiled the strong light and shade, relieved by the prismatic hues of a rainbow.
And, by the way, why in Heaven's name 'a prismatic compass'?
Thus it occurs in Brasil, along with diamonds and prismatic topaz; also in Ceylon.
The spray caught the sun and the prismatic colors added to the scene.
The encrustations seemed not so white and the colorings of the water had lost some of their prismatic variety and perfection.
You are right in saying that blue, red, and yellow are the prismatic colours.