fluorescent, fluorescent fixture(adj)
a lighting fixture that uses a fluorescent lamp
emitting light during exposure to radiation from an external source
brilliantly colored and apparently giving off light
A fluorescent light
The fluorescents hummed day and night.
Of or relating to fluorescence
Exhibiting or produced by fluorescence
The fluorescent plants shimmered in the darkness.
Emitting visible light as a result of the excitation of phosphors by ultraviolet photons produced by the passage of an electrical current through an inert gas infused with mercury.
The quality of fluorescent lighting technology has improved dramatically in recent years.
Glowing as if with fluorescence; vivid
Her shirt was fluorescent orange.
Origin: From fluorescence
having the property of fluorescence
The numerical value of fluorescent in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of fluorescent in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of fluorescent in a Sentence
I didn't actually see the animal at the time as was trying to capture the water color (fluorescent blue) at the point before becoming black.
Curcumin is fluorescent, if Francesca Cordeiro put the correct wavelength to it, it fluoresces, and it binds to the parts that are implicated in Alzheimer's, the beta amyloid plaque.
Oh, it was awful, one wall was purple, one was yellow and one was teal green. But it kind of made Lucky’s a unique shop, one that was fun to go to, rather than getting beaten down on by fluorescent lights.
My favorite is one of my biggest portraits, it's fluorescent and on a backing board that's gold. It's bright and hectic. I sold it to this woman in the U.S. who teaches kids about cultures through fabric art.
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