diaphanous[ dahy-af-uh-nuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF diaphanous
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She was clad only in the diaphanous robes of her calling, and she was stacked.
The kind of bench which Alma-Tadema usually fills with diaphanous maidens.
Polly glanced at her diaphanous pajamas and nodded cheerfully.
Coridon must be visionary and diaphanous, or he is no Coridon for me.
The crystalline lens is voluminous, spherical, and diaphanous.
What was the good of looking like one of Botticelli's diaphanous angels?
The thread of blood continued to flow from the diaphanous nostril.
She is so slender, so light, so filmy, she must be diaphanous.
It is opacous, not transparent or diaphanous like Chrystall or glasse, Plut.
There was nothing about her diaphanous, nothing undecided, nothing floating, no mist.