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  • n. Plural form of incandescence.


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  • The bent planes straightened; simultaneously they thrust the crystalline bars toward the incandescences.

    The Metal Monster

  • Abruptly, as though switched, the incandescences lessened into candle-points; instantly, as at a signal, the crescent of crosses closed into a crescent of cubes.

    The Metal Monster

  • And where they mingled, where they crossed, flamed out suddenly immense rayless orbs; palpitant for an instant, then dissolving in spiralling, feathery spray of pallid emerald incandescences.

    The Metal Monster

  • High and low throughout flamed the egg-shaped incandescences; floating furnaces both great and small.

    The Metal Monster

  • With blinding flash upon flash the sapphire incandescences struck forth at their feet.

    The Metal Monster

  • Around its crystal base glittered immense egg-shaped diamond incandescences.

    The Metal Monster

  • It whirled with surges whose racing crests were smiting incandescences; it was threaded with a spindrift of lightnings; it was trodden by dervish mists of molten flame thrust through with forests of lances of living light.

    The Metal Monster

  • Bolt upon javelin bolt, and ever more thickly; lightnings green as the mists themselves; lightning bolts of destroying violets, searing scarlets; tearing chains of withering yellows, globes of exploding multicolored electric incandescences.

    The Metal Monster

  • Nebulous incandescences mount up from the depths, change form, and pass; -- serpentine flames wriggle by; -- there are long billowing crests of fire.

    Two Years in the French West Indies


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