translucent[ trans-loo-suhnt, tranz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF translucent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRANSLUCENT
Translucent: semi-transparent; admitting the passage of light but not of vision.
It was silk, garnished with pearls, jewels, and translucent enamels.
They could observe this through the translucent walls of the cave.
Grain is narrow, trigonous, oblong, translucent and shining.
The windows are of translucent shell, while the door is of nipa or wood.
The other,—how delicate, how translucent, how aerial she seemed!
The atmosphere, washed clean of dust and mist, was translucent as crystal.
He came nearer with his sleepy, translucent eyes studying her.
It is firm when cooked, with a translucent appearance like candied fruits.
In Scott, the native clay was being replaced by translucent marble.