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opaque
used in Tess of the d'Urbervilles

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  • When a fire glowed, banks of smoke, blown level along the ground, would themselves become illuminated to an opaque lustre, screening the workpeople from one another; and the meaning of the "pillar of a cloud", which was a wall by day and a light by night, could be understood.
    6 — The Convert (71% in)

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