Origin of chatoyant
Related formscha·toy·ance, cha·toy·an·cy, noun
Examples from the Web for chatoyant
The chatoyant eyes of the leopard stared back, a flicker of restlessness in their brilliant yellow deeps.The Adventures of Kathlyn|Harold MacGrath
Cymophane, or chatoyant chrysoberyl, may also be asteriated.
There was a river there too; not a little bolt of chatoyant silk like the Avon, which they would have called a "crick" back there.The Best Short Stories of 1920|Various
She invariably wore gloves out of doors and a veil to conceal the chatoyant eyes.The Green Eyes of Bst|Sax Rohmer