effulgent

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin effulgēns (glittering, flashing).

AdjectiveEdit

effulgent (comparative more effulgent, superlative most effulgent)

  1. Shining, resplendent, radiant.
    • 1912, Rex Ellingwood Beach, The Net, ch. 3:
      [H]er cheeks were colorless, yet they spoke of perfect health, and shone with that same pale, effulgent glow.

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VerbEdit

effulgent

  1. third-person plural present active indicative of effulgeō
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