glow


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Synonyms for glow

Synonyms for glow

to shine brightly and steadily but without a flame

to emit a bright light

to become red in the face

a fresh rosy complexion

a feeling of pervasive emotional warmth

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an alert and refreshed state

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light from nonthermal sources

the phenomenon of light emission by a body as its temperature is raised

a feeling of considerable warmth

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a steady even light without flames

the amount of electromagnetic radiation leaving or arriving at a point on a surface

an appearance of reflected light

emit a steady even light without flames

have a complexion with a strong bright color, such as red or pink

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shine intensely, as if with heat

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be exuberant or high-spirited

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experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or an intense emotion

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References in classic literature ?
Glancing at the looking-glass, we behold -- deep within its haunted verge -- the smouldering glow of the half-extinguished anthracite, the white moon-beams on the floor, and a repetition of all the gleam and shadow of the picture, with one remove further from the actual, and nearer to the imaginative.
But, for myself, during the whole of my Custom-House experience, moonlight and sunshine, and the glow of firelight, were just alike in my regard; and neither of them was of one whit more avail than the twinkle of a tallow-candle.
give me each a little light from your own breasts, and surely they will glow the brighter for this kindly deed; and I will thankfully repay it if I can.
Then Ripple placed the flame upon his breast, and watched it gleam and sparkle there, while light came slowly back into the once dim eyes, a rosy glow shone over the pale face, and breath stole through the parted lips; still brighter and warmer burned the magic fire, until the child awoke from his long sleep, and looked in smiling wonder at the faces bending over him.
Now spread each wing, for the eastern sky With sunlight soon will glow.
For they don't, else would the thousandth pipe of opium be provocative of similar delights to the first, else would one cocktail, instead of several, produce an equivalent glow after a year of cocktails.
All I wanted, and all I would take, was just enough to glow and warm me, to kick geniality alive in me and put laughter in my throat and stir the maggots of imagination slightly in my brain.
It was very beautiful; the fire burned with a clear, steady glow and a soft crackle; the long arcades beneath the trees were illuminated with a rosy radiance, beyond which lurked companies of gray and purple shadows.
It glows out a little in their early youth, before the leaves open, in the redness and rosy-yellowness of their blossoms, but in summer it is carefully hidden under a demure, silver-lined greenness.
Then she turned slowly back to the glow of her own radiant hearthstone.
But my heart it is brighter Than all of the many Stars in the sky, For it sparkles with Annie -- It glows with the light Of the love of my Annie -- With the thought of the light Of the eyes of my Annie.
Martin felt tender and melting, and from time to time warm glows passed over him.
Only colors and lights and glows pulsed there, warm as the day and warm as his love.
The whole poem blazes with color, it glows and gleams with the glamor of fairyland.
Bright rays beam dazzlingly from him, and his bright locks streaming form the temples of his head gracefully enclose his far-seen face: a rich, fine-spun garment glows upon his body and flutters in the wind: and stallions carry him.