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An interesting observation


Main Entry:opaque
Etymology:Latin opacus

1 : exhibiting opacity : blocking the passage of radiant energy and especially light
2 a : hard to understand or explain *opaque prose* b : OBTUSE, THICKHEADED
–opaque noun
–opaque£ly adverb
–opaque£ness noun

(Please pay attention to Definition 2)


Main Entry:trans£lu£cent
Etymology:Latin translucent-, translucens, present participle of transluc*re to shine through, from trans- + luc*re to shine — more at LIGHT

1 : permitting the passage of light: a : CLEAR, TRANSPARENT *translucent water* b : transmitting and diffusing light so that objects beyond cannot be seen clearly
2 : free from disguise or falseness *his translucent patriotism — Newsweek*
synonyms see CLEAR
–trans£lu£cent£ly adverb
(Please pay attention to Definition 2)

As the votes come in this apparently becomes an applied literary fact here at the DP. Lol.

I have come to regard the translucent posts more than the Opaque.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.