Definition of Diaphanously. Meaning of Diaphanously. Synonyms of Diaphanously

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Definition of Diaphanously

Diaphanously
Diaphanously Di*aph"a*nous*ly, adv. Translucently.

Meaning of Diaphanously from wikipedia

- In the field of optics, transparency (also called pellucidity or diaphaneity) is the physical property of allowing light to p**** through the material without...
- southern Italy. The throne shows Aphrodite rising from the sea, clad in a diaphanous garment, which is drenched with seawater and clinging to her body, revealing...
- "a strong contender for the title of the worst movie ever made, with diaphanously clad English gals striking embarr****ed poses against cardboard sets"...
- and charming femininity, the sweet frivolity too, recall those of his diaphanous mother. The chapters describing their loves are among the best in the...
- Roman toga). Women typically wear the dirac, which is a long, light, diaphanous voile dress made of cotton or polyester that is worn over a full-length...
- decoration of the kameez. The kameez may be cut with a deep neckline, sewn in diaphanous fabrics, or styled in cap-sleeve or sleeveless designs. There are many...
- development of the composer's style, and Barry Millington describes it as "a diaphanous score of unearthly beauty and refinement". Apart from his operas, Wagner...
- Cystopteris diaphana, the greenish bladder-fern or diaphanous bladder-fern, is a fern in the family Cystopteridaceae. It is found locally on the Atlantic...
- watercress sandwich: which in due course was brought to him: not a thin, diaphanous green thing such as he had meant but a very stout satisfying article of...
- /ʃɪˈfɒn/, shif-ON (French chiffe cloth, or rag; Arabic شف šīff transparent, diaphanous, translucent fabric, or gauze; (عن 'an s.th.) to shimmer through, reveal)...
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