Dry light

pure unobstructed light; hence, a clear, impartial view.
- Bacon.

See also: Dry

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Heraclitus saith well in one of his enigmas, Dry light is ever the best.
The dry light must shine in to adorn our festival, but it must be tempered and shaded, or that will also offend.
not mentioned in the twenty-first century's dry light.
This pale pink wine, featuring four grapes (Merlot, Grenache Noir, Grenache Gris, Cabernet Franc), is actually a dry light blend.
rattling in the frozen wet and dry light, and heat pushed to the
Gaymer's Orchard Reserve Stewley was, therefore, a perfect match as this medium dry light amber vintage cider is full of flavour, made from apples which have been sourced from the award-winning Stewley orchard in the heart of Somerset.
Other names in the selection include King Tut, a dark, dry light hopped beer and Gaelic Coffee in which whiskey and vanilla is blended to create a full flavoured smooth cream, black beer.
In dry light soils they're miserable plants, prone to mildew, browning leaves and poor flowers.
Living in the Rockies, I've always found his humidity-distorted colors and pastoral fantasies an insult to the native dry light and spare forms.
recently announced the introduction of Zele Dry Light Beer.
Caption: Kota Yamazaki in his Darkness Part 1: Expose Your Feet to Dry Lights