ambience

[ am-bee-uh ns; French ahn-byahns ]SEE DEFINITION OF ambience

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Page 39 word "lambence" changed to "ambience" (no more than a faint ambience) meaning a faint light.

WORD ORIGIN

1797, from French ambiance (see ambient). Cf. ambiance.

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noundistinctive quality or character; style
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