rainbow

[ reyn-boh ]SEE DEFINITION OF rainbow

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RAINBOW

The Oreades had music written on scrolls, in all the colours of the rainbow.

She has faded away like a rainbow—like a drop of dew in the sun.

No one dared to use the rainbow but Iris, to whom it had been given by Jupiter.

Notice a rainbow, when possible, and form one with a prism in the schoolroom.

Like all explorers he was unhappy over his lot and looked beyond the rainbow.

Then his own deeper one, out of its lightsome darkness: "A rainbow, child!"

Her big heart began to fail and the rainbow in the sky of her life to pale away.

There are three or four yards of silk in it and it will knock a rainbow out of sight.

Flax could see it brighter than all the brightness of the rainbow.

He consulted his own treatise on the Rainbow, but to no avail.

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