Similar words: senescent, adolescent, metaphor, descend, obsolescence, acquiescence, scent, nascent. Meaning: [‚fɑsfə'resnt /‚fɒs-] adj. emitting light without appreciable heat as by slow oxidation of phosphorous.
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(1) The clock gleamed a phosphorescent midnight.
(2) A kind of phosphorescent pale elegance about his face.
(3) Phosphorescent fungi attract night-flying insects, such as moths, which perform the same role.
(4) One should expect things like phosphorescent hills and midnight gunplay. Sentencedict.com
(5) The line showed like a phosphorescent streak in the water straight out from his shoulders.
(6) Long phosphorescent materials a new kind of energy storing materials because of their excellent luminescent properties.
(7) He saw the phosphorescent glimmer of a shark, like a sea ghost, drift sluggishly by.
(8) The phosphorescent coating on the inside of the screen of a cathode-ray tube.
(9) Mitsubishi Chemical a near monopoly in red phosphorescent materials used to make natural - white LED light bulbs.
(10) The question, in a lows somber voice, emerged from beneath two phosphorescent dots.
(11) The block, whatever it was, lay still before her, lipped by the faintly phosphorescent rim of shallow water.
(12) A stream of urine struck the water leaving a phosphorescent trail on the surface.
(13) On his thigh Jaq wore that warlock's image in phosphorescent green.
(14) A soft glow hung over Lowell Cove like a phosphorescent cloud.
(15) Some questions of the LLP materials, such as its phosphorescent mechanism, are also discussed.
(16) When a nerve impulse raced from the mystery organ to the brain, a green phosphorescent wave trace swept across our oscilloscope screen and a loud crack resounded from a speaker.
(17) According to LG, its OLED panels will use florescent materials until 2011 and then move to phosphorescent materials after 2012.
(18) Luminous ink: Inks which glow in dark conditions. Also called Phosphorescent ink.
(19) Cathode-ray tube (CRT): Vacuum tube that produces images when its phosphorescent surface is struck by electron beams.
(20) In the ocean there was an abundance of minute and translucent, often phosphorescent, beings.
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