Antonyms for glowed

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Viviette had told Austin the thing that glowed sacred at the bottom of his soul.

"No, I can trust my boys, I hope," and she glowed with real pride in them when she said it.

Hers were ice cold—but inside they tingled and glowed, like a worm of fire in a chrysalis of ice.

The face of Paul glowed like fire, and he almost gasped for breath.

He knew the reason now, and glowed with a fiery lust of battle.

The letter that she wrote Mrs. Wilcox glowed with the native hue of resolution.

Her mere beauty had oft been praised, and in terms that glowed like fire.

It seemed to activate some hidden response in her, for she glowed with tenderness.

This one seemed as cold as marble; the other had flashed and glowed like hot iron.

But the white anger that glowed in Sally's countenance abashed her.