One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Light in Tuscany in summer is strong and colour appears bleached and shadowless giving a translucent effect to pale colours like white.’
- ‘The silent eternity of a shadowless corner house, the view of a deserted street - you can't get enough of the virtuosity of these momentary recordings, the play with colour, light and contrast.’
- ‘But on certain iron-gray, lackluster Buffalo days with their diffuse and shadowless light you might be moved to take these symbols to heart.’
- ‘You won't have a shadowless future, you can be assured.’
- ‘Seemingly, the last popular adaptation to the shadowless lamp was the so-called Isis lamp, which presumably drew its name from the Egyptian goddess who, among many attributes, was the maker of the sunrise and giver of heavenly light.’
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