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  • adj. Alternative form of see-through.


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  • She looked away from the seethrough, where the Earth had already shrunk aside, and the night of space begun, littered with its incendiaries.

    New Race

  • Beyond the seethrough, here set in long curved windows, she watched the blue-chalked Earth lambent in the blackness.

    New Race

  • Beyond the seethrough, liquid black, a shark's carapace, space rushed like a sea.

    New Race

  • Wurtel walked out of the bathroom wearing a seethrough shower cap.


  • It would mean Id have to stop looking at my picture-perfect worldthe one Ive created in my head and allowed everyone else to seethrough rose-colored lenses.

    Beneath the Bruises

  • Kate walks in, wearing only knickers under a seethrough dress.

    Pete Doherty To Probably Really Marry Kate Moss Soon, Honest

  • She has long black wavy hair and wore tight jeans and a seethrough blouse and, of course, the obligatory high, high stiletto heel sandals.

    Women I Have Dressed (and Undressed!)

  • Slowly Pulickel brought his hand toward his face and found that he could seethrough the pale, wan flesh.

    The Howling Stones

  • "Hi, Jake," she said from behind her seethrough glass desk.

    Tek Lab

  • The seethrough elevator carried Jake and Marj up past the bright-lit twenty-four-hour shops and restaurants toward the quieter commercial tiers.

    Tek Lab


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