luminous

[ loo-muh-nuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF luminous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUMINOUS

The bridegroom regarded her with a face that was luminous of delight.

They were dark, luminous and velvet soft as they watched my struggle.

He looked back at it only once, and beheld the luminous glow of the campfires.

That was the soul and secret of our rapid and luminous onward march.

There was a luminous whiteness in the sky that affected the eyes, as snow does.

At the door a string of glass globes formed a luminous porch.

They are full of light, but the light to them has become only a sort of luminous mist or blindness.

Greta's luminous eyes were peering over the heads of the people that were about her.

He is often obscure, but has the power to be concise and luminous.

Keen eyes, but they were luminous now—an emotion in them sweeping her.

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