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This little speech, began with the deepest sigh, but finished with the most refulgent smile, only added to their wonder.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
Standing near the gate was pretty Cherrie, and a refulgent smile greeted him from the rosy lips.
A CHANGED HEARTMAY AGNES FLEMING
He hastened to remove the refulgent edifice, steering it prudently to its station in the stable yard.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
When the engine emerges from the paint-shop it is gorgeous and refulgent—brilliantly new.
THE MODERN RAILROADEDWARD HUNGERFORD
Your life henceforth shall be reminiscent and its declining years shall be hallowed by the refulgent rays of retrospection.'
EUGENE FIELD, A STUDY IN HEREDITY AND CONTRADICTIONSSLASON THOMPSON
The moon has risen and shines refulgent from the azure of the star-bespangled dome of heaven.
THE IRON PINCERSEUGNE SUE
We have seen the star of hope, but now behold the star of promise rising in its refulgent splendor, and therefore we take heart.
A BOOK WRITTEN BY THE SPIRITS OF THE SO-CALLED DEADC. G. HELLEBERG
Through the same clear mirror La Fayette saw the sun of freedom reflecting its refulgent rays over Columbia's prolific land.
SAGES AND HEROES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONL. CARROLL JUDSON
His towering genius was fast ascending to high meridian in refulgent glory.
SAGES AND HEROES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONL. CARROLL JUDSON
The top of the head, the throat, and neck are the most refulgent blue, changing in different lights to gold and green.
STORY OF THE BIBLE ANIMALSJ. G. WOOD

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