Usage examples for irradiation

  1. " Excuse me," he said with an irradiation of smiles, but yet with a kind of bewilderment. – The Ball and The Cross by G.K. Chesterton
  2. The faces of butts and pathetic figures were rather less capable of irradiation. – The Story of Louie by Oliver Onions
  3. At noon, when the sun, vertical in that latitude, poured down his irradiation from the zenith, he appeared like a glorious ornament in the centre of the canopy of the heavens, from which they descended in a uniform arch of unclouded blue until they rested on the farthest edge of the waste of water, over whose billows our little bark was gallantly bounding, and which, wherever the eye was turned, seemed to stretch 'Far into silent regions, blue and pale. – Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Vol. XX by Alexander Leighton
  4. Sounds of music and applause in the saloon ascend into the gallery, and an irradiation from the same quarter shines up through chinks in the curtains of the grille. – The Dynasts An Epic-Drama Of The War With Napoleon, In Three Parts, Nineteen Acts, And One Hundred And Thirty Scenes by Thomas Hardy
  5. The growth of some microorganisms is stimulated by R- F irradiation. – Attrition by Jim Wannamaker
  6. In summer, solar irradiation has acted more powerfully on the now exposed earth and of course on the air in contact with it; and there is no longer a large expanse of water still retaining and of course imparting something of the winter temperature; in winter, the earth has lost more heat by radiation than when covered by water and the influence of the lake, as a reservoir of warmth accumulated in summer and gradually given out in winter, was of course lost by its drainage. – The Earth as Modified by Human Action by George P. Marsh
  7. I daresay, answered Barbicane, but if the earth had been full the moon would have been new- that is to say, invisible amidst the irradiation of the sun. – The Moon-Voyage by Jules Verne
  8. His questions about the festivities she had answered with a placid, pleased face; pleased that he should ask her; but a soft irradiation of joy had beamed upon the fact that the poor cripple was making a great step upwards in the scale of human life. – Melbourne House by Elizabeth Wetherell
  9. She was seated in a chair near his own; but, though his eyes were growing used to the gloom of the apartment, he felt her presence more by the warm irradiation of her vitality through the air than by actual vision. – True and Other Stories by George Parsons Lathrop
  10. The prominence of the mountains disappeared under the splendid irradiation produced by the reflection of the solar rays. – The Moon-Voyage by Jules Verne
  11. It must be added that the terrestrial crescent seems to form a more elongated curve than that of the disc- a pure effect of irradiation. – The Moon-Voyage by Jules Verne
  12. The supreme beauty of the production was the poetic atmosphere of it- the irradiation of that strange sensation of being haunted which sometimes will come upon you, even at noon- day, in lonely places, on vacant hillside, beneath the dark boughs of great trees, in the presence of the grim and silent rocks, and by the solitary margin of the sea. – Shadows of the Stage by William Winter
  13. But, drowned in the sun's irradiation, it remained absolutely invisible. – The Moon-Voyage by Jules Verne
  14. Or, colour being simply the irradiation of light, it follows that all colour is composed of the same elements as sunlight, namely the seven tones of the spectrum. – The French Impressionists (1860-1900) by Camille Mauclair
  15. The title of one of these treatises is as follows: " De Supernaturalis, Naturalis, Praeternaturalis, et Contranaturalis Microcosmi Historia, 1619." The phenomena of magnetism were ascribed by him to the irradiation of angels. – Primitive Psycho-Therapy and Quackery by Robert Means Lawrence
  16. 89 For in these Planets conflagration, Although the smoke mount up exactly round, Yet by the suns irradiation Made thin and subtil no where else its found By sight, save in the dim and duskish bound Of the projected Pyramid opake, Opake with darknesse, smoke and mists unsound. – Democritus Platonissans by Henry More
  17. Her bright eyes, brown hair, flowery bonnet, lemon- coloured gloves, and flush beauty, were like an irradiation into the apartment, which they in their gloom could hardly bear. – Life's Little Ironies A set of tales with some colloquial sketches entitled A Few Crusted Characters by Thomas Hardy