Definition of Refulgence

1. Noun. The quality of being bright and sending out rays of light.




Definition of Refulgence

1. n. The quality of being refulgent; brilliancy; splender; radiance.

Definition of Refulgence

1. Noun. the quality of being refulgent; refulgency ¹

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Definition of Refulgence

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Refulgence

refuge
refuge island
refuged
refugee
refugee camp
refugeehood
refugeeism
refugeeisms
refugees
refuges
refugia
refuging
refugium
refujew
refujews
refulgence (current term)
refulgences
refulgency
refulgent
refulgently
refund
refundabilities
refundability
refundable
refunded
refundee
refundees
refunder
refunders
refunding

Literary usage of Refulgence

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1833)
"I saw her advance—with enchanted surprise I bow'd in the blue brilliant noon of her eyes, Whose victorious refulgence forbade me to speak, But Idolatry ..."

2. Aquinas Ethicus: Or, The Moral Teaching of St. Thomas. A Translation of the by Thomas, Joseph Rickaby (1896)
"For every knowledge of truth is some sort of refulgence and participation of the Eternal Law, which is the unchangeable truth. Now all men do know the truth ..."

3. The Apostolicity of Trinitarianism: Or, The Testemony of History, to the by George Stanley Faber (1832)
"III. On these considerations, I would render the passage in manner following. Who being the refulgence from his glory and the very impress of his substance. ..."

4. The Apostolicity of Trinitarianism: Or, The Testemony of History, to the by George Stanley Faber (1832)
"III. On these considerations, I would render the passage in manner following. Who being the refulgence from his glory and the very impress of his substance. ..."

5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1911)
"The gold is then burnished till it appears almost dark (in the shadow) from its own refulgence. 1 he delicate indented patterns which arc so charming on the ..."

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