Definition of Lumines
1. lumine [v] - See also: lumine
Lexicographical Neighbors of Lumines
Literary usage of Lumines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"... excited by electrical means, which takes place in many gases upon the passage of an electrical discharge; and photoluminescence, or lumines- ..."
2. Southern Literary Messenger by Carnegie-Mellon University, School of Computer Science (1839)
"And bright as the sunlight, that lumines thy skies, Is the light in my mind, which fond memory fills. Now brighter and brighter, yon dim shore appears— 'Tis ..."
3. Roman Public Life by Abel Hendy Jones Greenidge (1901)
"... as it had been by Sulla, but a body really made representative of Italy through the free inclusion of novi lumines. The idea was held by Cicero, ..."
4. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1921)
"... -lumines- cence of the rare earths is in the press. His measurements of the fluorescence spectra show groups of very narrow bands arranged ..."
5. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1919)
"(5) The calcites studied by Headden are strongly thermo-lumines- cent between about 60° and +200°, a statement which we have had the pleasure of verifying ..."
6. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington by Biological Society of Washington (1903)
"Some of the cultures were slowly (15 to 20 minutes), others quickly (2 minutes) brought back to a temperature of 26°. lumines- ..."
7. Shaker Music: Original Inspirational Hymns and Songs Illustrative of the by F W Evans (1884)
"... j- 1L v—v £- sea and on shore, From na- tion to na-tion the whole world o'er. truth's per- feet light,That clear- ly 11 - lumines the path of right. ..."