lambent

[ lam-buh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF lambent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAMBENT

Just as we were parting at the door, Helen turned full on me her great, lambent eyes.

A sudden tremor seemed to shake the lambent flame that had lured him on.

Venus flamed a lambent disk of pale saffron, low over the horizon.

This time he might return, immaculate, from the path of that "lambent flamelet."

Their eyes are luminous and lambent, but it is a melancholy light.

Every now and then there would come a lambent flash of lightning.

She smiled again in that lambent heat-lightning way of hers.

Madame's gray eyes, full of lambent fires, looked into his own.

Within the room to which it belonged a lambent light played.

The Wondership staggered and then seemed to leap into lambent flame.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LAMBENT

flickering

adjectiveshining unsteadily
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