auroral

[ aw-rawr-uh l, aw-rohr-, uh-rawr-, uh-rohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF auroral
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Nevertheless, Maunder says that this thing had no relation to auroral phenomena.

Color said to have been the same as that of the auroral glow in the north.

You are all colour of dawn, auroral, colour of tender fires.

The Burneys, however, can do no more for us than shed that auroral dew.

But hark the herald of the sun, the auroral wind, softly trumpeting his approach!

Cosette was a condensation of the auroral light in the form of a woman.

Of this pleasant, indistinct promise that auroral cloud seemed somehow the omen or symbol, and watching it he fell asleep again.

To assist the study of the disturbances of the magnetic elements and their relations to the auroral light and sun spots.

The dwellers of the Valley already look for the morning star, while those upon the Hilltop hail the auroral light of '65.

The auroral flame which had licked the waters of Oxford Lake was gone.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, "pertaining to dawn," from aurora + -al (1). Meaning "of the color of dawn" is from 1827; "of the aurora" from 1828.

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