luminousness

[ loo-muh-nuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF luminousness
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If he can secure any suggestion of the subtilty and luminousness,—if he can!

She had mistaken the luminousness of his eyes for the fire of passion.

The luminousness gone from her face, there were cruel revelations.

Under the luminousness of real vision, it alone takes possession, takes value.

Heat lightning glowed in the west with the luminousness so marked in that region.

Swift and sudden lustre, the luminousness of a meteor, marks this monarch of lyric song.

Happily, we have chosen the right medium: the luminousness is destroyed, but the opaqueness remains visible.

"Imagination," "the shaping gift of imagination," is this power of first presenting a thing to your own brain with luminousness.

The luminousness ahead grew brighter, and an outlying barn flashed past.

She would have heard the last about that fine, delicate quality—about sweetness and luminousness!

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