beaming


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  • adj

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Synonyms for beaming

cheerful and bright

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pleased and proud

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radiating or as if radiating light

References in classic literature ?
He had gone therefore to inquire, and came back with good news beaming in his face.
Suddenly Monsieur de Valois's eyes lighted on Madame Granson, arrayed in her green hat with bunches of auriculas, and beaming with evident joy.
Her whole face was positively beaming at that instant with naive, almost childish, triumph.
D'Artagnan, his eye moist with gratitude though beaming with joy, went back to Athos, whom he found still at table contemplating the charms of his last glass of Malaga by the light of his lamp.
Villefort immediately rose from table and quitted the room upon the plea of urgent business; he soon, however, returned, his whole face beaming with delight.
Its Sybillic splendor is beaming With Hope and in Beauty to-night -- See
His beaming, chubby face was a picture of benevolence and kind-heartedness.
Pokey and her mother joined the party, and one bright September morning six very happy-looking people were aboard the express train for Portland two smiling mammas, laden with luncheon baskets and wraps; a pretty young girl with a bag of books on her arm; a tall thin lad with his hat over his eyes; and two small children, who sat with their short legs straight out before them, and their chubby faces beaming with the first speechless delight of "truly travelling.