Definition of Anaglyphy

1. Noun. The process of producing pictures in contrasting colors that appear three-dimensional when superimposed and viewed through spectacles with one red and one green lens.

Generic synonyms: Photography
Derivative terms: Anaglyphical, Anaglyptic



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anaglyphy

anaesthetizing
anagen
anagen effluvium
anageneses
anagenesis
anagenetic
anagestone acetate
anagetic
anagind
anaginds
anaglyph
anaglyphic
anaglyphical
anaglyphics
anaglyphs
anaglyphy (current term)
anaglypta
anaglyptas
anaglyptic
anaglyptical
anaglyptics
anaglyptograph
anaglyptographic
anaglyptography
anagnorises
anagnorisis
anagnost
anagoge
anagoges
anagogic

Literary usage of Anaglyphy

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1. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1844)
"... phics to be the anaglyphy mentioned by Clemens Alexander, and the explanation of which had been preserved in the Mysteries, ..."

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