transparent[ trans-pair-uhnt, -par- ]SEE DEFINITION OF transparent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRANSPARENT
There is nothing luminous, transparent, or delicate about dust.
It was only his unfortunate and transparent manner of speakin'.
The air had been warm and transparent through the whole of the bright day.
How can they expect us to believe this transparent falsehood—this palpable device?
The next instant the valley was illumined by a transparent glow.
Never had he seen a complexion so transparent, or an eye so expressive.
He stepped off the transparent slab onto the stone floor of the island.
They were so transparent that I felt an involuntary shrinking as I approached them.
Stir and cook for about ten minutes, until it is transparent.
She spread out her hands, white and transparent in the sun-light.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TRANSPARENT
- call a spade a spade
- from the hip
- lay it on the line
- like it is
- saying what one thinks
- up front