Boris plunged in his hand and drew out an exquisite marble thing, blue-veined, rose-tinted, and glistening with opalescent drops.
The opalescent, minty-green louche billows under the ice water droplets.
If the bead is completely saturated, it retains its opalescent appearance.
How could he fasten the repellor to that great, impenetrable, opalescent bulk?
Why had he brought me here, into this fairyland of opalescent lights and intoxicating perfumes?
He hauled out an opalescent vial of the diminishing element.
We enter its gates in the opalescent light of a perfect morning.
Across it, like a shining sword, was a narrow, opalescent beam.
The moon had risen, but its mild light was often obscured by softly-moving floats of thin, opalescent vapour.
The roadway, under her light, gleamed with opalescent streaks.
opalescent o·pal·es·cent (ō'pə-lěs'ənt)
Resembling an opal in the display of various colors, often used to describe certain bacterial cultures.