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See definition of auroral on Dictionary.com
  • as inbright
  • as inirradiant
  • as inlucent

synonyms for auroral

  • blazing
  • brilliant
  • dazzling
  • flashing
  • glistening
  • glittering
  • golden
  • intense
  • luminous
  • radiant
  • shimmering
  • shiny
  • silvery
  • sparkling
  • sunny
  • vivid
  • ablaze
  • aglow
  • alight
  • argent
  • beaming
  • burning
  • burnished
  • coruscating
  • effulgent
  • fulgent
  • fulgid
  • glaring
  • gleaming
  • glossy
  • illuminated
  • illumined
  • incandescent
  • irradiated
  • lambent
  • light
  • lighted
  • limpid
  • lustrous
  • mirrorlike
  • moonlit
  • phosphorescent
  • polished
  • relucent
  • resplendent
  • scintillating
  • sunlit
  • twinkling

antonyms for auroral

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  • cloudy
  • dark
  • dim
  • dull
  • gloomy
  • black
  • depressed
  • depressing
  • doleful
  • dreary
  • dusky
  • horrible
  • murky
  • normal
  • obscure
  • pale
  • pastel
  • somber
  • stupid
  • threatening
  • typical
  • unaware
  • unhappy
  • unintelligent
  • unpromising
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      How to use auroral in a sentence

      It sits on the southern edge of the auroral oval, which is a band hugging the northernmost latitudes where the aurora is most common.
      THE AURORA BOREALIS SKIPPED THIS ALASKA PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS. BUT SOME SWINGING LIGHT CORDS SAVED THE NIGHT.BAILEY BERGFEBRUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
      As the days went by and the equinox drew near, auroral phenomena were with few exceptions visible on clear evenings.
      THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
      During such a period auroral displays were usually of nightly occurrence.
      THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
      Auroral displays were rather frequent but not very pronounced, and in most cases could only be classed as "glows."
      THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
      That auroral freshness of soul which is the distinctive charm of youth lingered when even memory somewhat failed.
      FROM THE EASY CHAIR, SERIES 2GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS
      Paula was exceptionally gifted with this auroral cheer which starts the day so brightly.
      THE SWORD OF DAMOCLESANNA KATHARINE GREEN
      Kedzie was girlish against an auroral sky; she was rather illumined than dressed in silk.
      WE CAN'T HAVE EVERYTHINGRUPERT HUGHES
      There was, however, little stormy weather and no auroral displays.
      SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 433, APRIL 19, 1884VARIOUS
      He saw the clear, warm color rise and subside like the throbbing of an auroral light in a starry night.
      THE BREAD-WINNERSJOHN HAY
      She was standing, clothed in a robe the color of auroral light, with high neck and plain sleeves.
      THE MANIFESTATION OF THE MIRACULOUS MEDALANONYMOUS
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      OCTOBER 26, 1985
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