Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To be iridescent; exhibit iridescence.

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  • verb intransitive To be iridescent; to exhibit iridescence.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • verb be iridescent

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Examples

  • Down the spiral path of the pit they bore him, encircling the sheening, glowing Red One that seemed ever imminent to iridesce from colour and light into sweet singing and thunder.

    THE RED ONE

  • He rolled up his sleeve and placed his arm under the light, which soon began to iridesce.

    No Limits

  • Suppose we could iridesce, like these, and lose ourselves entirely in the universe of shimmer -- would you want to be yourself only, unduplicatable, doomed to be lost?

    A Display of Mackerel

  • Down the spiral path of the pit they bore him, encircling the sheening, glowing Red One that seemed ever imminent to iridesce from colour and light into sweet singing and thunder.

    The Red One

  • Down the spiral path of the pit they bore him, encircling the sheening, glowing Red One that seemed ever imminent to iridesce from color and light into sweet thunder.

    The Red One

  • Down the spiral path of the pit they bore him, encircling the sheening, glowing Red One that seemed ever imminent to iridesce from colour and light into sweet singing and thunder.

    The Red One

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