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Definition of "glows" []

  • Light emitted by a substance or object at a high temperature (noun)
  • A steady even light without flames (noun)
  • Brilliance or vividness of colour (noun)
  • Brightness or ruddiness of complexion (noun)
  • A feeling of wellbeing or satisfaction (noun)
  • Intensity of emotion; ardour (noun)
  • To emit a steady even light without flames (verb)
  • To shine intensely, as if from great heat (verb)
  • To be exuberant or high-spirited, as from excellent health or intense emotion (verb)
  • To experience a feeling of wellbeing or satisfaction (verb)
  • (esp of the complexion) to show a strong bright colour, esp a shade of red (verb)
  • To be very hot (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of glow. (verb)

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Use "glows" in a sentence
  • "Her expression is a mystery, but she glows from the inside out, and Helena nods with satisfaction."
  • "Even without the Loran to provide course corrections, I would have been able to take bearings off the lights twinkling on the drilling rigs scattered across the water or the dim glows from the Vietnamese shrimp boats tied to the piers of the platforms as they waited for sunrise and another long day of dragging nets."
  • "The room Scacchi’s character, a painter and collage artist, is working in glows with the soft, watery blueness of her paintings and that blue is deepened and warmed where it reflects in the window panes."