opaline[ oh-puh-lin, -leen, -lahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF opaline
Synonyms for opaline
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OPALINE
Its nature is like opaline doves'-neck lustres, hovering and evanescent.
Viewed from the peak, the lakes sparkle like opaline gems in the sun.
The little picture has all the opaline atmosphere of a Claude Lorraine.
Some of them are as white as snow, some are opaline, and others are tinged with mineral colours.
In the noonday light the intense, opaline pallor of her face was startling.
Where once shone its opaline palisades is now but a field of crumpled ice.
The Boy was struck by a note that was almost horror in the opaline voice so near him.
Faintly glimmering, how magically it transformed from a dim, neutral-tinted waste to an opaline clarity of hue—a fuller crimson.
A vision rather than reality, structure of pearly clouds in mid-heaven, seems that opaline pile lightly touched with gold.
Tritons with wreathed horns follow his chariot, and naiads as graceful as the waves sport in the opaline waters.