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Use "refulgence" in a sentence
"The husband appeared of a middle age, between manhood and youth: from his eyes darted forth sparkling light derived from the wisdom of love; by virtue of which light his face was radiant from its inmost ground; and in consequence of such radiance the surface of his skin had a kind of refulgence, whereby his whole face was one resplendent comeliness."
"I will leave you to bathe in the refulgence of each other's admiration."
"The refulgence of Obama's oratory, with its passages of re-moralizing lyricism, is a political and even a cultural gain."