Definition of Radiances

1. Noun. (plural of radiance) ¹



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Definition of Radiances

1. radiance [n] - See also: radiance

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radiances

radial tyres
radial vein
radial veins
radial velocity
radiale
radialene
radialia
radialis
radialis indicis artery
radiality
radially
radially symmetrical
radials
radian
radiance
radiances (current term)
radiancies
radiancy
radians
radiansphere
radianspheres
radiant
radiant energies
radiant energy
radiant flux
radiant heat
radiant heating
radiant intensity
radiantly
radiantness

Literary usage of Radiances

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1. The Ride Home: Poems, with The Marriage of Guineth; a Play in One Act by Florence Wilkinson Evans (1913)
"... radiances RADIANCE of budding leaf-tips, Spring's eager flight; Radiance of skimming dragon-flies Gem-bright. Dawn-cobwebs, glistening meadows, ..."

2. An Essay on the Origin and Prospects of Man by Thomas Hope (1831)
"THOUGH I have already described the radiances which cause in us the sensations of sight, of feeling, nay, of taste and smell, because I conceive of those ..."

3. NOAA's Role in Space-Based Global Precipitation Estimation and Application by National Research Council (U.S.) (2007)
"Given this, plus the ability of the new Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation Community Radiative Transfer Model to simulate radiances in cloudy and ..."

4. Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety: Proceedings of the First International edited by T. J. Casadevall (1995)
"Profilers provide excellent wind data in the lower troposphere, an area where ACARS reports are still sparse. Satellite radiances (values of ..."

5. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1881)
"Ал eye to discern the divineness of the heaven's splendours and lightnings, the insatiable wish to revel in their god-like radiances and brilliancies ..."

6. An Essay on the Origin and Prospects of Man by Thomas Hope (1831)
"... only from want of heat or cold sufficient to neutralize the radiances of the opposite force, leaving these radiances of the opposite force to act ..."

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