incandescent

[ in-kuhn-des-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF incandescent
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I was then taken to visit his incandescent ovens and his vats in a state of ebullition.

Their boat seemed to be sailing on the bosom of an incandescent stream.

Then leaf by leaf it dropped its petals until only an incandescent core was left.

When anything becomes hot enough to glow, we say it is incandescent.

Then heat the top of the bubble till it is incandescent and blow violently.

The globe was cracked, and the incandescent burner was broken.

And at last it was won, and the incandescent lamp placed on the market.

They were incandescent particles of carbon which crackled at his feet.

She echoed the words with a scorn so incandescent that he winced.

The incandescent mantle is more extensively used every year.

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