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Definition of umberglaze


noun - uncountable

  • any form of graduated change of state, especially visual. In particular in space as opposed to time (which would be transition). The spatial equivalent of this.

    The graduated tint on those big (and invariably, colored) sunglasses, popular in the late 1970s.

    Numerous sunrise/set sky-scapes ...
    The darkening sky set itself for a long moment in a vast umberglaze from horizon to zenith as nighttime gently concealed a world and revealed a universe.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by French Maid on Oct 10 2010.

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