Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Definitions for lucent
- Translucent; clear.
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Citations for lucent
The film of evening light made the red earth lucent, so that its dimensions were deepened, so that a stone, a post, a building had greater depth and more solidity than in the daytime light...
His lucent top-hat, his dark frock-coat, indeed, every detail, from the pearl pin in the black satin cravat to the lavender spats over the varnished shoes, spoke of the meticulous care in dress for which he was famous.
Origin of lucent
Lucent comes from the Latin word lucentum meaning “to shine.”