iridescent

All Adjective Noun
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  • But until his first notes fall due he is an iridescent glory. Cited from Brann The Iconoclast, William Cowper Brann
  • Numerous, short, thin, blue, iridescent lines are present on the back and sides.
  • After it turns green, then the well-known iridescent colors finally appear. Cited from Scientific American Sup. No. 392, by Various
  • Although they can change colour, they are usually an iridescent green or yellow with brown spots.
  • It has a brown head and body with iridescent blue spots on the head.
  • The adult male is iridescent black in color with a brown head.
  • The studio version of the song was also included as the b-side to "Iridescent".
  • The fish is an iridescent blue color with thin dark borders along its tail.
  • What a beautiful iridescent light plays over them! Cited from Ernest Bracebridge, by William H. G. Kingston
  • The brew became complete when an iridescent film formed on its surface.
  • She released her first original album Iridescent in 2005 under an independent label.
  • They were blue and black and iridescent, exceedingly hard and very beautiful. Cited from Creative Chemistry, by Edwin E. Slosson
  • The petals are white, but each has a large spot of iridescent blue at its base.
  • Often they have a simple piece of metallic or iridescent film attached to them.
  • The song is also a b-side to the UK single of "Iridescent".
  • The back of the fish is iridescent and blue-green in color, with many yellow and gold spots.
  • They resemble each other, being overall black with iridescent green markings and a red head.
  • The adult male is iridescent green above and whitish below with green sides.
  • The wings are mostly iridescent brown, with a central band of yellow and thin white borders.
  • They are iridescent dark silver-blue color in life with pale fins.
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