Translucent: semi-transparent; admitting the passage of light but not of vision.
It was of a dark olive colour, brittle, and semi-transparent.
Within, there is a semi-transparent pulp, of a slightly acid taste.
Beneath this semi-transparent veil the heart-drama of her life is hidden.
The oil generated is heavier than water, whitish, and semi-transparent.
Semi-transparent lymph was found in some of the uterine veins.
These were at first semi-transparent; they become thick and opaque.
Oiled paper was semi-transparent, while this stuff was like a piece of air.
It forms a semi-transparent jelly of a yellowish-green colour, having a strong odour, but less strong taste of the oil.
A well-known yellowish, semi-transparent, fossil resin, of which trinkets and the mouth-pieces of pipes are commonly made.