Definition of iridescent
: having or exhibiting iridescence
Recent Examples of iridescent from the Web
Yesterday, Hamptons boutique Blue & Cream shared an Instagram video of Tiffany showing off some of her custom wares, which include an iridescent boxing glove and a purple diamond lightning bolt on a chain.
The short video highlighted a silver necklace that had an iridescent boxing glove charm on it.
Add an iridescent shimmer pigment on top of your eyelids.
One of my favorites is a rainbow iridescent one from my new collection.
Kendall also opted for something fun and easy wearing a scallop fringed gold group top with fitted, light wash mom jeans, hot pink velvet point toe Balenciaga heels, and an iridescent mini backpack.
Later, St. Clair decorated the bed with cushions made of iridescent fabric in shades of yellow and raspberry.
In the image, Carlisle's leg is literally bursting open with iridescent scales in three different spots–each legion surrounded by jagged skin, bruises, and dry blood.
Ferreira’s darkly iridescent pop carries echoes of the score composer Angelo wrote for the original homecoming-queen murder mystery.
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Did You Know?
Iris, the Greek goddess of the rainbow, took messages from Mount Olympus to earth, and from gods to mortals or other gods, using the rainbow as her stairway. Iridescence is thus the glowing, shifting, colorful quality of a rainbow, also seen in an opal, a light oil slick, a butterfly wing, or the mother-of-pearl that lines an oyster shell.
First Known Use of iridescent
IRIDESCENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of iridescent for English Language Learners
: shining with many different colors when seen from different angles
IRIDESCENT Defined for Kids
Definition of iridescent for Students
: having iridescence
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