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alabaster a dense, fine-grained gypsum, often white and translucent, that is often carved for ornaments and figurines. [2/5 definitions]
amber a hard, translucent fossil resin that will develop an electric charge when rubbed. [1/4 definitions]
diorama a translucent picture viewed through a small aperture. [1/2 definitions]
dragonfly any of a large group of brightly colored insects with four long, veined, translucent wings usu. held perpendicular to a long, narrow body.
frosted given an appearance of frost, as by coating glass with a translucent substance or by coloring ends or strands of hair in a lighter color than the rest of one's hair. [1/4 definitions]
gel a thin, colored piece of translucent material containing gelatin that is placed over theater lights; gelatin slide. [1/3 definitions]
hyaline something having a translucent or glassy appearance. [1/4 definitions]
hyalite a translucent, colorless opal.
jade1 one of two hard, translucent, usu. green minerals, nephrite or jadeite, or the carved and polished jewelry or decorative objects made from them. [1/2 definitions]
lucent translucent; clear. [1/2 definitions]
milk glass white, opaque, or translucent glass.
negligee a woman's dressing gown or robe, usu. long, full, and of a delicate, often translucent, fabric. [1/2 definitions]
onionskin a translucent paper, often used for typing.
opaline a translucent, milky variety of glass; milk glass. [1/2 definitions]
organdy a fine, stiff, translucent cotton fabric used for blouses, curtains, and the like.
organza a thin, stiff, translucent fabric of silk or synthetic fibers, used for evening gowns, trimming, and the like.
petrolatum a colorless or yellowish, translucent, greasy, semisolid petroleum derivative used as a lubricant and in medical ointments; petroleum jelly.
protoplasm a complex translucent colorless jelly regarded as the physical basis of all living matter and life functions.
rosin a translucent, yellow-brown, brittle residue of the distillation of turpentine from pine sap, used as a friction-increasing agent, as on the bows of certain stringed instruments, and in manufacturing varnish, inks, and soap. [1/3 definitions]
schlieren streaks or regions of a translucent medium, such as a gas or fluid, that differ from the main mass in density and index of refraction. [1/2 definitions]
see-through able to be seen through; transparent or translucent.