bright-field

[ brahyt-feeld ]

adjectiveMicroscopy.
  1. of or relating to the illuminated region about the object of a microscope.

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How to use bright-field in a sentence

  • The bright field of German literature seemed to open before her to be explored.

    Deerbrook | Harriet Martineau
  • If carpets are chosen they should be the lightest shades and in bright field-flower patterns.

  • Anything moving in one field has a similar advantage, and a bright field has the advantage over a darker one.

    Psychology | Robert S. Woodworth
  • Overhead a brood of ocean fowl, a flock of slender-winged gulls, or a single eagle sweep silently across the bright field of gold.

    Gulf and Glacier | Willis Boyd Allen
  • The stars of the Southern Cross are high in hope's bright field.

    The Little Lady of Lagunitas | Richard Henry Savage