Origin of spectral
Related Words for spectralshadowy, eerie, haunted, illusory, phantom, scary, spiritual, spooky, supernatural, phantasmal, apparitional
Examples from the Web for spectral
Contemporary Examples of spectral
But Kasich and Walker face competitive re-elections; their national presence is spectral, their national potential speculative.Why the GOP Needs a Return to the Bush Leagues
April 21, 2014
Historical Examples of spectral
A web of spectral blue light had enveloped the abandoned scout.Raiders Invisible
Desmond Winter Hall
"The dark blur on the spectral lines," old Parrish muttered.
She was as pale as the spectral lilacs, whose perfume floated about them.Glory of Youth
Their spectral indices may however be determined, as will be seen later.
We find that the number of stars increases with the spectral index.
- of or like a spectre
- of or relating to a spectrumspectral colours
- physics (of a physical quantity) relating to a single wavelength of radiationspectral luminous efficiency
Word Origin and History for spectral
- Of, relating to, or produced by a spectrum.