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used in The Witch of Blackbird Pond

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able to be seen through with clarity
  • They sat hunched on the bench, each holding in hand a hornbook, a small stout-handled wooden slab on which was fastened a tiny sheet of paper, protected by a thin strip of transparent horn held in place by a narrow leather strip and tiny brass nails.
    p. 83.2
transparent = easily seen through
  • First two points of mast, then sails, transparent and wraithlike in the fog, then, as Kit strained her eyes, the looming hull, the prow, and the curved tail of a fish.
    p. 190.0
transparent = able to be seen through
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