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Word of the Day 07/09/19 Prismatic

Prismatic (adjective)
prismatic [ priz-mat-ik ]


adjective
1. of, relating to, or like a prism.
2. formed by or as if by a transparent prism.
3. spectral in color; brilliant: prismatic colors.
4. highly varied or faceted: a prismatic existence.

Sometimes pris·mat·i·cal.

RELATED FORMS
pris·mat·i·cal·ly, adverb
in·ter·pris·mat·ic, adjective
un·pris·mat·ic, adjective
un·pris·mat·i·cal, adjective
un·pris·mat·i·cal·ly, adverb

RELATED WORDS
pearly, shimmering, lustrous, motley, psychedelic, kaleidoscopic, disparate, mottled, checkered, gaudy, vivid, splashy, vibrant, multicolored, bright, flashy, rich, hued, conglomerate, rainbow

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Origin: 1700–10; < Greek prīsmat- (stem of prîsma) prism + -ic

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