incandescence

[ in-kuh n-des-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF incandescence

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCANDESCENCE

Only the incandescence of the metal and the flame itself were visible.

The garden where Nedda definitely was not present became bathed in incandescence.

It is true of all metals which are capable of being heated to incandescence.

Did ever passion heat words to incandescence as it did those of Sappho?

The light of incandescence is intense and white like that from metal at a white heat.

Ashes and pumice heated to incandescence were blown through the air.

Her arms were outstretched to the dimming form of Harry and the incandescence.

A flash of light, a thread of incandescence, a quiver—and they were gone.

I could see the outlines of his figure and a weird, single string of incandescence.

Then the dot of blue—a string of incandescence; just as had been spoken.

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