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lambency

[ lam-buhn-see ]
/ ˈlæm bən si /
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noun, plural lam·ben·cies for 2.
the quality of being lambent.
something that is lambent.
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Origin of lambency

First recorded in 1810–20; lamb(ent) + -ency
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How to use lambency in a sentence

  • They were both rayless and strangely—lightless; they threw no shadows nor did their lambency lessen the dimness.

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