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lambency

See definition of lambency on Dictionary.com
  • as inlight
  • as inluster
  • as inshine
  • as inglow

synonyms for lambency

  • bulb
  • candle
  • daylight
  • flash
  • glare
  • glow
  • lamp
  • lantern
  • radiation
  • ray
  • star
  • sun
  • sunshine
  • window
  • aurora
  • beacon
  • blaze
  • brightness
  • brilliance
  • brilliancy
  • coruscation
  • dawn
  • daybreak
  • daytime
  • effulgence
  • emanation
  • flare
  • gleam
  • glimmer
  • glint
  • glitter
  • illumination
  • incandescence
  • irradiation
  • lighthouse
  • luminosity
  • luster
  • morn
  • morning
  • phosphorescence
  • radiance
  • refulgence
  • scintillation
  • sheen
  • shine
  • sparkle
  • splendor
  • sunbeam
  • sunrise
  • taper
  • torch
  • fulgor
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antonyms for lambency

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  • darkness
  • dimness
  • dullness
  • eventide
  • sundown
  • sunset
  • dark
  • misconception
  • misunderstanding
  • night
  • obscurity
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How to use lambency in a sentence

They were both rayless and strangely—lightless; they threw no shadows nor did their lambency lessen the dimness.
THE METAL MONSTERA. MERRITT
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WORDS RELATED TO LAMBENCY

  • afterglow
  • bloom
  • blossom
  • blush
  • brilliance
  • effulgence
  • flush
  • glare
  • gleam
  • glimmer
  • glitter
  • gusto
  • heat
  • incandescence
  • intensity
  • lambency
  • light
  • luminosity
  • passion
  • phosphorescence
  • radiance
  • ray
  • splendor
  • vividness
  • warmth
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