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Synonyms for effulgent

giving off or reflecting light readily or in large amounts

Synonyms for effulgent

radiating or as if radiating light

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Sometimes, when in the mood for society, we would invite the remaining babies to tea and entertain them with wild strawberries on plates of horse-chestnut leaves; but no one less innocent and easily pleased than a baby would be permitted to darken the effulgence of our sunny cottage-- indeed, I don't suppose that anybody wiser would care to come.
Enough then, that I not only recognised my natural body from the mere aura and effulgence of certain of the powers that made up my spirit, but managed to compound a drug by which these powers should be dethroned from their supremacy, and a second form and countenance substituted, none the less natural to me because they were the expression, and bore the stamp of lower elements in my soul.
The cold regions of the north, almost within the gloom and shadow of the Arctic Circle, sent him their tribute in the shape of furs; hot Africa sifted for him the golden sands of her rivers, and gathered up the ivory tusks of her great elephants out of the forests; the east came bringing him the rich shawls, and spices, and teas, and the effulgence of diamonds, and the gleaming purity of large pearls.
Both Monk's House and Charleston had corresponding and characteristic outdoor spaces, the former with its expansive view of the Sussex Downs, writing shed for Virginia Woolf, and rows of plants carefully cultivated by Leonard Woolf, and the latter with its painterly effulgences of color, dramatic statuary, and Impressionist use of water.
But Spielberg's cinematographer, Janusz Kaminski, uses these effects to create so many auras, haloes, radiant beams, and other theatrical effulgences, the film's wartime Washington ends up looking like a painting by Thomas Kinkade.
Micropolitics is the truth of macropolitics to the extent that it is the transcendental, the genetic potential of historic, molar facts: history is made by those becomings which except themselves from it, being only the result of evental effulgences, of singularities which have effectuated themselves in the state of things.
Then come out those fiery effulgences, infernally superb; then the evil-blazing diamond, once the divinest symbol of the crystal skies, looks like some crown-jewel stolen from the King of Hell.
When the force of habit is from time to time obliterated, as the Moon from time to time obliterates the normal sunlight, spicules and prominences appear as sudden illuminations, like the flashes of red light and effulgences of coronal sunlight revealed in an eclipse.