Origin of opaque projector
OTHER WORDS FROM opaque projectoropaque projecting, noun
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How to use opaque projector in a sentence
Under Sepp Blatter, its interminable head, the body has been opaque and corrupt.
Jersey milk is thick and opaque, but Jersey cows produce much less of it—not enough to cover the coin.
Through a front window I saw the blue light of the running projector, making silhouettes of the children.‘Tracing the Blue Light’: Read Chapter 1 of Eileen Cronin’s ‘Mermaid’|Eileen Cronin|April 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The beer is a lovely golden color—slightly opaque, reminiscent of an aged Austrian Reisling, or even an older white Burgundy.
Like Berliner Weiss, these beers are unfiltered and slightly opaque.
Her eyes, too, had a curious hard opaque look, as if the old voluptuous fires had burned out; and she seemed ever on her guard.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
There is a neat pulpit in the chapel, and it is ornamented with what seem to be panels of opaque glass.
There is considerable decorative skill displayed in the edifice; but the work looks opaque and needs brightening up.
I am also aware that I may hereby cast a suspicion of the spirit of a wild projector, over the subject of this memoir.Papers from Overlook-House|Casper Almore
A mirror, or window glass, backed with some opaque material, should be used for the foundation of the device.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2|Various