Recent Examples of prism from the Web
Unfortunately, Michaelson presents Leo’s actions through the prism of anti-Catholicism.
And some, looking at the partisan chaos in the US through the prism of Russian political culture, see signs that Trump is finally whipping his rivals into line and asserting his will as a strong president should.
Everything the Trump team does should be viewed through this prism.
Seeing every new development and policy dispute through the prism of self-regard deeply distorts the president’s view of reality.
In the early 2000s a tech observer could view any important development through the prism of the many things Google had on its plate.
Diamond’s new gleam A new prism into Gates’ durability are Henry’s injury detours.
Every development saga also includes its unbuilt alternatives, and the Time Warner Center, with its cool urbanity and high-gloss prisms, and its street-width light well between the two towers, is an immense improvement on what might have been.
Near as anyone can tell, Ben views his battle with cancer through the prism of his family and friends.
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PRISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prism for English Language Learners
: a transparent glass or plastic object that usually has three sides and that separates the light that passes through it into different colors
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