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used in The Poisonwood Bible

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almost transparent; allowing light to pass through diffusely
  • Easier to find were the dikonko, edible locusts and crickets, whose plump abdomens were shrunk translucent like balloons half-filled with water.
    Book 4 — Bel and the Serpent (49% in)
  • Leaves of unraveling newspaper blow into the rank water that runs in an open ditch; the newspaper wheels along the street, scattering its sheets onto the water, where they float as translucent squares of lace.
    Book 4 — Bel and the Serpent (2% in)
  • That's the principal trick of Congolese cooking: rubbing two leaves together to give color and taste to another day's translucent, nutritionally blank ball of manioc.
    Book 5 — Exodus (52% in)

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