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Synonyms for refulgent

giving off or reflecting light readily or in large amounts

Synonyms for refulgent

radiating or as if radiating light

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If something is refulgent, what is its main feature?
While freedom's cause her anxious breast alarms, She flashes dreadful in refulgent (14) arms.
The centerpiece is Schumann's Dichterliebe, sung with refulgent tone, plenty of chiaroscuro and abundant musicality.
From 2006 and on the country has been living under the turbulences of permanent provocations by Macedonian state nationalism which showed itself in the most refulgent way in the case of the Macedonian Encyclopedia, that of the fertility law, in the case of the castle church in Skopje, antiurban project "Skopje 2014" .
The second reading of the iris as the "radiant and refulgent Bow of Heaven" (Holtgen 92) remained commonplace enough in the early modern period for Henry Hawkins, a Jesuit emblematist, to adapt the image for its religious symbolism in his Partheneia Sacra (1633) (Holtgen 92-9), indicating that both Catholics and Protestants could fashion long-standing Biblical symbols to connote unity, pardon, and "the reconciliation given to the human race by God" (Ferguson, "Rainbow" 43).
Acheraiou has an intimate grasp of Conrad, he reads Conrad's stories and novels with intelligence and sensitivity, and his monograph is refulgent with insight about the man and his works, which so many of us admire and cherish.
The critic awarded three stars, and the Biltmore Room went on to have a refulgent if fleeting life at the forefront of New York's dining scene.
Objects cease to be mere illustrations of linguistic labels but are perceived as the refulgent thing in itself.
And now the Folio has put in a refulgent re-appearance.
Look out the massive picture windows and there, above the leafy trees that stretch nearly to the top of the hill, the Capitol dome glistens, refulgent in the late summer heat.
The best example from Tennyson, for comparison with Keats' sonnet on Homer, is "Milton" (1863), where Milton's Eden is almost cast adrift by the speaker's reacling about it-he experiences "Charm, as a wanderer out in ocean, / Where some refulgent sunset of India / Streams o'er a rich ambrosial isle" (ll.
refulgent offspring of its rough and unreined desire
But the remnant of the people of Israel, the survivors, Keren, will remember the strange months of colorful winds, winds bearing feathers of all sizes, of every color and shade, splendorous, refulgent, luminous.
We are very proud of Inter Milan's glittering performances and look forward to more refulgent victories of the team in future.
A silent crowd of passengers and crew on the bridge watched tensely and full of wonder as the ship threaded its way between great bergs that they could almost reach out and touch, and the low sun flooded the parapets and ice floes with 'a golden, refulgent light' so that the shadow of the ship accompanied them along the icebergs.