Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Something which illuminates or emits light.

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  • adjective That irradiates
  • adjective That involves radiation

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Examples

  • In Baily's observation, they were exaggerated and distorted by an irradiative _clinging together_ of the limbs of sun and moon.

    A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century Fourth Edition

  • But this estimate was materially reduced through Dr. See's elimination of irradiative effects by means of daylight measures, executed at

    A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century Fourth Edition

  • The result: 'Ring opening leads primarily to the cis-trans-cis structure, "according to Zewail,' while competing, non-irradiative paths lead to other structures, such as the closed forms in their triplet and singlet ground states. "

    R&D Mag - News

  • The Yangmingshan National Park boasts volcanic clusters, soil and underground activities and hot springs, which are the main cause of the renowned irradiative ores in Beitou's geothermal valleys, remarked an AEC official, on Jan 19.

    China Post Online - Taiwan , News , Taiwan newspaper

  • The Yangmingshan National Park boasts volcanic clusters, soil and underground activities and hot springs, which are the main cause of the renowned irradiative ores in Beitou's geothermal valleys, remarked an AEC official, on Jan 19.

    China Post Online - Taiwan , News , Taiwan newspaper

  • So my irradiative congerie shouldn't be doing funny things to the mains waveform.

    How To Spot A Psychopath

  • The ultimate goal of the technology application is to have broad use in high temperature and irradiative environments, with potential users extending beyond just nuclear and including the fusion (Tokamak) reactor program and NASA.

    Nano Tech Wire

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