effulgence[ ih-fuhl-juh ns, ih-foo l‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF effulgence
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She turned to me, and the glory of her eyes fell about my soul like an effulgence.
All eyes were bent on her; the other actors were obscured by her effulgence, and were not noticed.
"Your Effulgence may sit at my right hand," said the commander pleasantly.
"Ggaran, you explain it to the Earthling," said His Effulgence.
And yet the effulgence of her countenance vivified while it chastened me.
When the fire is made, you want to sit in front of it and grow genial in its effulgence.
It sheds an effulgence upon youth, and throws a halo round age.
They shone in their own effulgence, and borrowed no light from honor or respect.
It seemed to me as if it filled the world with its effulgence.
The eagle, that goes up at noon-day to the sun, would be amazed in its effulgence.