rainbowlike

rainbowlike

(ˈreɪnbəʊˌlaɪk) or

rainbowy

adj
resembling a rainbow
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
There is also constantly changing light: sudden blinding flashes, passing layers of rainbowlike shimmers and reflections, dramatic shifts in color and hue.
The study of rainbowlike features has seen a revival--relationships with properties of the scattering particles have been revisited, and the number of observations in other planetary atmospheres has increased.
The rows of Happy Family's organic baby food products form a rainbowlike effect on the white walls.
And in a twinkling, once more one makes out curls, eyelets, strings, rainbowlike, multicolored, blurred commas, ellipses, spirals, linking heads of barley, concentric rings-- the bright doodling pattern the feather once possessed, a map, now a mere heap of flying pale flakes that make a green slope appear white.
He layered curved strips of plastic in a rainbowlike pattern on top of gold.
The process I've described marks a departure from the representational dynamics encapsulated in Shih Shu-mei's description of the "new rainbowlike globe [...] [where] Culturalization now substitutes for racialization" and "[r]ace becomes culturalized to such an extent that it all but disappears, even though it continues to structure hierarchies of power." (85) In CTHD's creation of a new Chinese image and identity for global consumption, race, I am arguing, does not disappear but reappears in a different guise, being manipulated to new ends by a formerly subalternized Third World other against a newly-reconstituted vision of its own internalized and subalternized racial others.
The combination of rainbowlike color, aluminum core, and fine particle size create the appealing, iridescent, liquid silver metallic appearance.
Transfigured Night is a rainbowlike case study of vitality and diversity in African Christianity.
Rainbowlike, it runs and cartwheels and runs again and again in a dogged head-shaking fight.
We call them pseudo-circumzenithal arcs, or PCZAs, because the ray paths are similar to those that form the beautiful, rainbowlike circumzenithal arcs on Earth.
His first-rate work continues to shine, drawing its singularly pure emotional power ftom that all-soMng bliss that hovers rainbowlike overhead.
Or Monterey, 2007, and Rugburn, Whiskey Back, 2008, elemental pictures that hover on razor's edges of awkwardness and elegance--the former an inky expanse punctuated with rainbowlike mica and the latter specked with shards of obsidian, that, as the title implies and the rest of Keyser's work advises, can impart a nasty sting if grasped too tightly.