of or like the dawn.
pertaining to the or .
The Burneys, however, can do no more for us than shed that auroral dew.
The London Mercury, Vol. I, Nos. 1-6, November 1919 to April 1920 Various
Color said to have been the same as that of the auroral glow in the north.
The Book of the Damned Charles Fort
Evidently during his sleep; for he did not see it on returning from his auroral promenade.
Tartarin On The Alps Alphonse Daudet
You are all colour of dawn, auroral, colour of tender fires.
Little Novels of Italy Maurice Henry Hewlett
At Tasiusak the auroral curtain after reaching the zenith usually retired in the direction from which it had come.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 8 Various
Of this pleasant, indistinct promise that auroral cloud seemed somehow the omen or symbol, and watching it he fell asleep again.
Lippincott’s Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Vol. 26, October, 1880 Various
Paula was exceptionally gifted with this auroral cheer which starts the day so brightly.
The Sword of Damocles Anna Katharine Green
These researches naturally led to some speculation about the conditions under which auroral phenomena may occur.
Scientific American Supplement No. 275 Various
Kedzie was girlish against an auroral sky; she was rather illumined than dressed in silk.
We Can’t Have Everything Rupert Hughes
It was dark, the stars and the tints of the auroral lights were barely distinguishable through the mass of foliage overhead.
Tarrano the Conqueror Raymond King Cummings
1550s, “pertaining to dawn,” from aurora + -al (1). Meaning “of the color of dawn” is from 1827; “of the aurora” from 1828.
- Auroral zone
the region surrounding the north or south geomagnetic pole in which the auroral phenomena take place.
noun a fear of the Northern or Southern Lights Word Origin aurora ‘dawn, streamers of light’
- Aurore sauce
noun a béchamel sauce with tomato purée added to make it pink Examples Delicate Aurore sauce can be served with fish and egg dishes. Word Origin from Aurore, France Usage Note cooking
belonging to the dawn; auroral. Historical Examples There—get such foolish thoughts out of your head, and give me one more sitting, darling, for this aurorean veil of hair. Miles Tremenhere, Vol 1 of 2 Annette Marie Maillard