Examples of translucence in a Sentence
the exceptional translucence of the sapphire adds to its value
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Its propellors are noticeably lighter-weight than competitors, and their tear-dropped shape and translucence add an extra insectoid touch.
Light to the point of translucence, this wine smells like Juicyfruit gum, cranberry and pomegranate, with a textural grip that comes from its whole-cluster fermentation.
For even in a large auditorium, there was no mistaking the airy translucence of her sound, nor the cerebral quality of her phrase-making.
For all the intricacies of Tukes’ phrase-making here, however, the crispness of his instrumental attacks and translucence of his tone stood out, with guitarist Peter Lerner echoing this approach.
So though there's a great deal to admire in the translucence of her ensemble's sound and the arid nature of its textures on the recording, the Constellation show brought forth tones and overtones only a live performance can yield.
Zenon's solos proved comparably adroit, and there was no mistaking his signature translucence of sound.
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