Definition of Lucence
1. lucency [n -S] - See also: lucency
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lucence
Literary usage of Lucence
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1916)
"The changes in form and trans- lucence of all substances in this stage take place with great rapidity. This accounts for the great variability and amorphous ..."
2. Elizabethan Sonnets by Sidney Lee (1904)
"... Yet unresolved, Fear did with eyes debate, And said, " 'Twas but tra[ns]lucence of the light!" But when approached, where Thou thy stand didst take ! ..."
3. An English Garner: Ingatherings from Our History & Literature by Edward Arber (1895)
"... Yet unresolved, Fear did with eyes debate, And said, " 'Twas but tra[ns]lucence of the light! " But when approached, where Thou thy stand didst take ! ..."
4. Promenades of an Impressionist by James Huneker (1910)
"But you never think of Sorolla's line, for line, colour, idea, actuality are merged. The trans- lucence of this sea in which the boys plash and plunge ..."
5. The Practical Book of Interior Decoration by Harold Donaldson Eberlein, Abbot McClure, Edward Stratton Holloway (1919)
"A study of the room will indicate whether trans- lucence or opacity is best EXCEPTIONAL AND UNHACKNEYED EFFECTS Sometimes a window is the one distinguished ..."