But Kasich and Walker face competitive re-elections; their national presence is spectral, their national potential speculative.
The shepherd who passed him looked gray and spectral in the lurid light.
Everything in the prison yard was dim and gray and spectral.
Page 647, "spectral arrray of" was changed to read "spectral array of."
Their spectral indices may however be determined, as will be seen later.
That spectral kiss placed on her forehead, which had brought such solace to her as she lay in misery and loneliness, haunted her.
Louise had risen to her feet—a long black figure with a spectral face.
They then proceeded onwards—passed the haunted spot—without either hearing or seeing the spectral drummer.
These that we see are revenants come to look at spectral homes.
Each metal has its own number, position, grouping, and color of these spectral lines.
spectral spec·tral (spěk'trəl)
Of, relating to, or produced by a spectrum.