Definition of "refulgence" [re•ful•gence]

  • The quality of being refulgent; refulgency (noun)

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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."