transparency

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It is the radiations of light which they throw off; it is their luminosity—their transparency.

That lamp was her charming soul, which exposed to view the transparency of her flesh.

The transparency of this sentence is not unlike the transparency of corrugated glass.

This lack of transparency and openness is ever the result of sin.

At the same time he held out a hand which was wasted almost to transparency.

In its transparency, the demon revealed to them what should be their final decision.

That's the kind that is used where light and not transparency is needed.

The cherries were not surprisingly large, but were of the colors and transparency of honey.

Many other exquisite designs were the product of its flexibility and transparency.

"From their lightness and transparency, I should imagine that they are soluble in water," I remarked.

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