OTHER WORDS FROM iridescencenon·ir·i·des·cence, noun
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The prints’ iridescence can be seen as either natural or industrial, a memory of the polluted landscape where the Wrbicans grew up in western Pennsylvania.In the galleries: Intellectually engaging, visually striking and open to interpretation|Mark Jenkins|October 8, 2021|Washington Post
Even so, the findings have implications for how iridescence could contribute to heat effects from climate change.Sunbirds’ dazzling feathers are hot, in both senses of the word|Jake Buehler|August 17, 2021|Science News
Those structures bounce light off differently at each angle, producing iridescence.
The clothes were dominated by gray, murky green, midnight blue, all with hints of iridescence.Paris Fall Fashion Week 2012: A Finale at Yves Saint Laurent|Robin Givhan|March 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Something of this iridescence may cling to unmarried lovers, in spite of themselves, but wedded bliss is a sheer offence.Questionable Shapes|William Dean Howells
Instantaneously the sun-flooded morning was born, a morning that lost its freshness, its pearly iridescence, immediately.Cytherea|Joseph Hergesheimer
All these species are very beautiful, the rapid movement of the cilia giving them a brilliant iridescence.
In color it is reddish-brown, specked with gray, and has a brilliant whitish or opal-like iridescence.
On the contrary, its wings had grown to an amazing span and iridescence.Pieces of Eight|Richard le Gallienne