Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a spectral manner; like a ghost or specter.
- adv. In a spectral manner.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In the form or manner of a specter.
“For example, the department helped develop a technology called spectrally enhanced lighting that gives off light at wavelengths that mimic the sun.”
“On opening night, an uncredited Renee Redding Jones, who was an original member of Evidence, appeared almost spectrally in white among the black-clad cast (stylishly costumed by Omotayo Wunmi Olaiya) at the end of "Lessons: Exotica/To Harm the Dangerous" (1995), joining the group like a calming ancestral presence.”
“If you have an idea of what the impact rate of this dusty material is, you can simulate the evolution of the rings over time and extrapolate how long it would take to start from some initial condition involving just ice and a very small fraction of some initially unknown native, spectrally absorbing material and get the coloring that we now see.”
“Instead of acknowledging spectrum as the key issue, the FCC theorized that AT&T and T-Mobile could compete by "adding the more spectrally efficient LTE-capable radios and equipment to the network and then providing customers with dual-mode" devices.”
“As instance: dim shapes and shadowy forms would sometimes appear to him out of the night, and as they flitted spectrally past he would hear, as in a dream, the hunting cries of the pack; and, as his pulse quickened, his own hunting instinct would rouse until his controlled soft-howling in the song broke into eager whinings.”
“Greg proved two things, the space defined by labor alone and the space defined by labor and height are spectrally invariant.”
“Maybe we should have a website related to spectrally invariant decompositons of economies.”
“We also need more schools to convert to levels of education that spectrally educate all of our kids in fields that produce real-world humans ready to contribute to society and serve their needs as individuals and members of society better.”
“Across the courtyard, a light comes on two floors below, spectrally illuminating a balcony.”
“However, to compare the biologically-inducing activity of the many spectrally different sources available, from sunlight to sun tanning lamps, it is necessary to consider differences in wavelength efficiency in initiating the biological response, whether it is skin cancer, sunburn, photosynthesis, or immune suppression.”
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