[ UK /ɐɡlˈəʊ/ ]
[ US /əˈɡɫoʊ/ ]
[ US /əˈɡɫoʊ/ ]
softly bright or radiant
lambent tongues of flame
the lucent moon
a house aglow with lights
a sky luminous with stars
How To Use aglow In A Sentence
- The evening sky was still aglow.
- During the winter, when the large back-log, often as much as two men could handle, was brought in and fixed in its place, and a good forestick put on the andirons, with well-split maple piled upon it and set ablaze with dry pine and chips, the old fire-place became aglow with cheerful fire, and dispensed its heat through the room. Life in Canada Fifty Years Ago
- The darkened rooms on the south and west side are all aglow with moon shine.
- At night, the city is aglow in light cast by red lanterns, scattered throughout Old Town and high in the surrounding hills.
- If you look at any photograph of the Boddies, they're always smiling; you see Louise working at the stamper – which is a gruelling, nasty job – and she's all aglow. Homemade soul: the musical legacy of the Boddie Recording Company
- Suddenly aglow under the light bulb of an idea dancing above his head, Paul Reinhard turned to his typing machine.
- The lights are aglow in the windows, the sound of the Christmas carols and the song we associate with the season of goodwill to all men is with us once again.
- There was an edge to the soft voice, and I thought, hollo, is someone's piggy carcase aglow with jealous passion for our tiny poppet? THE NUMBERS
- The stone stairways and halls of this wonderfully atmospheric venue will be aglow with candlelight.
- Sara stood there dressed in dusty rose and ivory, mahogany-brown hair aglow in the light of the sun as she stared behind him to the easel.