Definition of Iridescences

1. iridescence [n] - See also: iridescence



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Iridescences

iridaceous plant
iridal
iridarsenite
iridate
iridates
irideal
iridectomies
iridectomy
iridencleisis
irideous
irideraemia
irides
iridesce
iridesced
iridescence
iridescences (current term)
iridescent
iridescent cloud
iridescent virus
iridescent ware
iridescently
iridesces
iridescing
iridesis
iridial
iridial part of retina
iridian
iridiated
iridic
iridico-

Literary usage of Iridescences

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Fragments of Science for Unscientific People: A Series of Detached Essays by John Tyndall (1871)
"During the growth of the particles the most splendid iridescences are often ... It is not, however, with the iridescences, however beautiful they may be, ..."

2. The Electro-plating and Electro-refining of Metals by Alexander Watt (1902)
"If the copper notably exceeds this proportion, certain metallic iridescences are produced on the surface of the object. These effects may be employed for ..."

3. Electro-deposition by Alexander Watt (1887)
"If the copper notably exceeds this proportion, certain metallic iridescences are produced on the surface of the object. These effects may be employed for ..."

4. Proceedings by Royal Institution of Great Britain (1869)
"During the growth of the particles the most splendid iridescences are often ... It is not, however, with the iridescences, however beautiful they may be, ..."

5. The Custom of the Country by Edith Wharton (1913)
"On the blackness of cork and ilex and cypress lay the green and purple lustres, the coppery iridescences, of old bronze; and night after night the skies ..."

6. Fragments of Science for Unscientific People: A Series of Detached Essays by John Tyndall (1871)
"During the growth of the particles the most splendid iridescences are often ... It is not, however, with the iridescences, however beautiful they may be, ..."

7. The Electro-plating and Electro-refining of Metals by Alexander Watt (1902)
"If the copper notably exceeds this proportion, certain metallic iridescences are produced on the surface of the object. These effects may be employed for ..."

8. Electro-deposition by Alexander Watt (1887)
"If the copper notably exceeds this proportion, certain metallic iridescences are produced on the surface of the object. These effects may be employed for ..."

9. Proceedings by Royal Institution of Great Britain (1869)
"During the growth of the particles the most splendid iridescences are often ... It is not, however, with the iridescences, however beautiful they may be, ..."

10. The Custom of the Country by Edith Wharton (1913)
"On the blackness of cork and ilex and cypress lay the green and purple lustres, the coppery iridescences, of old bronze; and night after night the skies ..."

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