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1913, Joseph Vance|Louis Joseph Vance, ''The Day of Days'', ch. 1:
- The window-panes, encrusted with perennial deposits of Atmosphere, were less transparent than translucent.
1921, G. Wodehouse|P. G. Wodehouse, ''Jill the Reckless'', ch. 21:
- On the windows of the nearer buildings the sun cast glittering beams, but further away a faint, translucent mist hid the city.
1884, Henry J. Ramsdell, ''Life and Public Services of Hon. James G. Blaine'', Hubbard, pp. 105-106:
- Mr. Blaine's powers and disposition shone resplendent. . . . the gavel in his practised hand, chiming in with varied tones that aptly enforced his words, from the sharp rat-tat-tat that recalled the House to decorum, to the vigorous thunder that actually drowned unparliamentary speech; rulings, repartee, translucent explanation flashing from his lips as quick as lighting.
(RQ:Chesterton Club of Queer Trades)
1919, A. Altsheler|Joseph A. Altsheler, ''The Lords of the Wild'', ch. 3:
- The sun was in its greatest splendor, and the air was absolutely translucent. The lake and the mountains sprang out, sharp and clear.