Thesaurus / phosphorescence

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Olwen's soft bright glance slid away from him even as the phosphorescence slid away from the oars.

Diamonds susceptible of phosphorescence exhibit it either after a heat not raised to redness, or the electric discharge.

This was a broad and extensive sheet of phosphorescence extending from east to west as far as the eye could reach.

The Ocean World:Louis Figuier

At other times, again, the phosphorescence is still more partial.

The sea is like molten silver with phosphorescence under the lash of the wind.

In passing through the Tropics one of the most glorious sights is the phosphorescence in the sea.

Urgent as the situation was, he stood for a few moments meditative, contemplating the phosphorescence of the waves.

The phosphorescence of the electronic tubes was like a comet's tail behind us as we slid upward.

At very low pressures part of the phosphorescence disappears, while the upper portion breaks up into two patches (fig. 27).

Their work is a mass of decay touched with gleams of phosphorescence.

The Valley of VisionHenry Van Dyke
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WORDS RELATED TO PHOSPHORESCENCE

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