radiated

[ verb rey-dee-eyt; adjective rey-dee-it, -eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF radiated

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RADIATED

And he was very great and she was very fair, and there radiated from both a starry radiance.

The radiated light was so intense that it stung even his hardened skin.

To Wilson it was as though she radiated drowsy waves of warmth.

Lithe, full-bosomed, and ruddy, she radiated a powerful and subtle charm.

This conclusion brought a joy with it that radiated the honest face.

Radiated: marked with lines proceeding from a common centre.

Now, seeming to stand by habit alone, it radiated desolation and decay.

They radiated in many directions, becoming adapted to many haunts.

We radiated the danger area, left 231 for a pick-up team, and headed for home.

The outsider, looking on, saw only the love and blessing that radiated from these homes.

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