1 As he spoke, he threw into the vessel a few white crystals, and then added some drops of a transparent fluid.
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2 They were of a pearly grey colour, small, round, and almost transparent against the light.
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3 The future shadowed their present, like the sun coming through the many-veined transparent vine leaf; a criss-cross of lines making no pattern.
4 Disappointed of its real womanhood, it had not succeeded in becoming boyish, and unsubstantial, and transparent; instead it had gone opaque.
5 Ivy Bolton's tricks and humble bossiness were also only too transparent.
6 She lay perfectly still, her soul washed transparent.
7 An ingenuous, transparent life was disclosed, as if the flow of her existence could be seen passing within her.
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8 It is quite too transparent, and it was a very bad compliment when you said that it was impossible for me to solve so simple a question.
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9 There was ivory in it, and some transparent crystalline substance.
10 He pulled the sled out, blinking like a night-bird as he passed from the shade of the spruces into the transparent dusk of the open.
11 She looked--and was--as simple as earth, as good as bread, as transparent as spring water.
12 She liked to believe herself a thing of mystery to men, but she knew Rhett thought her as transparent as glass.
13 Gravel grated beneath their feet, and about them was the transparent dimness of a midsummer night.
14 And perhaps, at mid-day, in the fairest weather, with one half-throttled shriek you drop through that transparent air into the summer sea, no more to rise for ever.
15 It is transparent, as I said before; and being laid upon the printed page, I have sometimes pleased myself with fancying it exerted a magnifying influence.