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Origin of translucent
Examples from the Web for translucence
Another cause for its brilliancy was that its translucence was not obscured by paint.Stained Glass Tours in France|Charles Hitchcock Sherrill
Then the mist closed on them again, the city among the clouds was hidden from view, and the sky lost its translucence.More Tales of the Ridings|Frederic Moorman
As he looked, the translucence faded and his skin switched to normal, the marks disappearing.Tangle Hold|F. L. Wallace
These localities all consist of the opaque varieties, with a slight degree of translucence in some places.
How express Nature, its translucence and mysterious unities, its mood never the same from hour to hour!Tatterdemalion|John Galsworthy
Word Origin for translucent
early 15c., from Medieval Latin translucentia, from Latin translucentem (see translucenct).