Iridescent in a sentence as an adjective

LightScribe kind of does this though it's not iridescent.

It was a beautiful iridescent green and so light that I couldn't feel its weight in my hand.

The iridescent color of a butterfly wing has been known as "structural color" for a very long time.

They've got those three-toed dinosaur feet with legs as thick as yours, giant yellow saucer eyes, iridescent skin and a weird head horn.

Also that it was a tiny screen with terrible colors and some weird iridescent stuff going on because of the mirror system.

However, most reading happens indoors and for that an iridescent panel screen such as that on an iPad with full gamut of colors is suited better.

I would much rather take my iridescent paradise bird F# to work, but the sad thing is, the poor thing does not survive yet everywhere where the rocket octopus does.

It’s a new verbal species that the marvelling author offers to the poor reader, who doesn’t want to look; to the good reader, who suddenly sees a completely new facet of an iridescent sentence.

After learning about light interference creating the iridescence of butterflies and of CDs, I wondered whether you could burn a CD to control the structure of the CD to change that interference enough to, say, draw an iridescent image.

Be sure to try both complementary and analogous colours and put iridescent objects into ordinarily looking environment, if you simply change colour balance on one eye camera the effect will be too unpleasant.

Iridescent definitions


varying in color when seen in different lights or from different angles; "changeable taffeta"; "chatoyant (or shot) silk"; "a dragonfly hovered, vibrating and iridescent"

See also: changeable chatoyant shot


having a play of lustrous rainbow colors; "an iridescent oil slick"; "nacreous (or pearlescent) clouds looking like mother-of-pearl"; "a milky opalescent (or opaline) luster"

See also: nacreous opalescent opaline pearlescent