Hyaline


HyalineHI-ə-linePart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Latin, mid 17th century
1(Zoology) Having a glassy, translucent appearance.2(Literary) A thing that is clear and translucent like glass, especially a smooth sea or a clear sky.
 
Examples of Hyaline in a sentence “Thanks to the glass frog’s hyaline skin, we could easily see its organs at work.” “The airplane dipped, spun, and soared through the hyaline.”