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adjective as in ablaze

adjective as in glowing

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In autumn, when the leaves are aglow in their end-of-season finest, the view from the top of Dan’s Rock is, by far, the most spectacular in all of Maryland.

The moment the camera zooms in on her face, aglow under an adoring spotlight, it’s hard not to see the Deborah Vance story briefly eclipsing with the Jean Smart story.

Socially distanced parties occupied every corner of the Uptown cottage, their faces aglow by candlelight.

Everyone around me seemed to be smiling with their eyes aglow.

He is aglow, too, remembering Freud presiding over the Vienna Society.

Other coats were quiet and subdued from the back and aglow with Spirograph patterns on the front.

She wears no make-up, her eyes are glassy, and her feverish cheeks are aglow.

Aristide, aglow with a sudden impudent inspiration, leant across the marble table.

Thunder Knob was all aglow, and the cloud coals were piled heaven-high above it, burning gold and red.

Genevieve did suddenly see Cordelia's face as it had been that afternoon, all aglow with happiness.

Cannon were flaming on all the hills, and the whole country was aglow with the camp fires of the two great armies.

They tell of those far-off days when the molten granite had but begun to harden, and was all aglow with the hues of fire.


On this page you'll find 260 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aglow, such as: aflame, brilliant, flashing, gleaming, glowing, and incandescent.

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