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giving off or reflecting light readily or in large amounts

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emitting light as a result of being heated

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characterized by ardent emotion or intensity or brilliance

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The first thousand miles Troy drove, gripping the steering wheel, driving incandescently, the way he paints.
I remember watching the rioters live on TV and spitting incandescently at the screen.
And in Andras Hathazi's Vanya, a sad, monochrome lump, longing and disappointment somehow radiate as incandescently as rage does.
Or, to borrow one of Gold berg's favorite put-downs, incandescently asinine?
A country of rolling green hills, slender valleys, distinctive coastlines and a people so passionate about their rugby that their tears form emerald lakes that shimmer incandescently.
The former New York Knicks coach turned incandescently yappy ABC/ESPN broadcaster can be heard and seen in prime-time throughout the season and two to three times per week during the playoffs, which run from mid-April to as late as mid-June.
Shy in crowds--he gave his inaugural address in a voice so low that only the people very close by could hear--he could be incandescently charming in small groups.
I incandescently join those who have voiced their views against this change and hope the authorities will listen to like-minded people, particularly those with influence, and dismantle this arrangement as soon as possible.
It also said it was put together by a team of top chefs, which made me incandescently angry.
What distinguishes Kershaw as a political biographer is his cool objectivity: faced with a figure who was, at best, incandescently narcissistic to the point of identifying the existence of an entire nation with his own, Kershaw resists the temptation to do likewise and see the fate of the world hanging upon some deep recess within Hitler's psyche.
softball team to Olympic Gold in Athens, Greece, Finch is a promoter's dream: an incandescently gorgeous California blonde who is All-American charming and exceedingly mannered, except when she takes to the mound, contrives her 6-foot-1-inch frame into a twisted windmill of motion and mystifies hitters with a barrage of furious fastballs and vexing rise balls.
Travis Poelle blazes incandescently as Buddy, not only uncannily looking, singing, playing the guitar, and dancing like him, but capturing the unlikely combination of geeky innocence and sex appeal that Holly must have had.
Set off by an aqueous backdrop of pillow and wall, her roseate glow makes her look almost radioactive or, to use a phrase of artist Jack Smith's that Saunders is fond of quoting, "all incandescently amok."
"Now it should be incandescently clear that no one who has any concern for the integrity and life of America today can ignore the present war.
"Fictional narrators tend to be ghostly figures, and Margaret is ghostlier than most, but that may be because Vida Winter remains so incandescently alive, even though she is old and her life is drawing to its close....