noun. ['ɝˈɔrə'] an atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands of light caused by charged solar particles following the earth's magnetic lines of force.
- southern lights
- atmospheric phenomenon
- aurora borealis
- northern lights
noun. ['ɝˈɔrə'] the first light of day.
- first light
- time of day
- break of day
- break of the day
Example sentences of the word aurora-australis
1. Noun Phrase
This happens at both poles; the southern lights are known as the aurora australis.
2. Noun Phrase
However, the effects of solar winds reaching Earth appear to the naked eye when the aurora borealis and aurora australis electrify the night sky.
3. Noun Phrase
The same phenomenon near the South Pole is referred to as aurora australis.
4. Noun Phrase
Those near the South Pole are called aurora australis.