Origin of spectral
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Farther on they came suddenly upon a spectrally luminous figure just in their path.The Heart of the Ancient Wood
Charles G. D. Roberts
- 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
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Word Origin and History for spectrally
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- Of, relating to, or produced by a spectrum.
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