OTHER WORDS FROM iridescencenon·ir·i·des·cence, noun
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After taking the leaf home and looking through a microscope, she was transfixed by the crinkly heads and iridescence of slime mold.A glimpse inside a gecko’s hand won the 2022 Nikon Small World photo contest|Erin Garcia de Jesús|October 11, 2022|Science News
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.Let’s learn about colors|Bethany Brookshire|June 11, 2020|Science News For Students
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