[ UK /ɪfˈʌldʒənt/ ]
radiating or as if radiating light
the effulgent daffodils
a refulgent sunset
the beaming sun
a radiant sunrise
How To Use effulgent In A Sentence
- No other ballet so remorselessly exposes the gulf between effulgent grandeur and mere competence. Times, Sunday Times
- Even in this instance, it shined through like the effulgent, yet blinding sun, eminently spreading the glow into the unsuspecting eyes of a person not protected by the shade of the trees.
- Nature is Her effulgent shakti, not inconscient prakriti or illusory maya. Tantra and Transcendentalism – Emerson and Aurobindo
- They could be met at the fashionable summer resorts; they were effulgent on first nights; they were familiar in Kearney Street on other afternoons than Saturday, and their little world was gay in its way; but Society, that exclusive body which owned its inchoation and later its vitality and coherence to that brilliant and elegant little band of women who came, capable and experienced, to the fevered ragged city of the early Fifties, still struggled in the Eighties to preserve its traditions, and did not admit the existence of these people; feminine curiosity was not even roused to the point of discussion. The Californians
- The Chinese large land and effulgent culture not only foster Chinese generation and generation, but also create rich and colorful dwelling culture.
- On the other hand, Fonteyn in all her effulgent glory is caught extreme and wonderful.
- In the night sky, nothing is brighter and more effulgent than the moon.
- As I write I can still see the slender threads of gold emanating from an effulgent sun spreading over the feet of the ascending Christ like the sheerest fiber from a spider's web.
- They've noticed that you don't want a choice, because the effulgent, aromatic city is your menu. Times, Sunday Times
- I have never seen them as ruddily effulgent as they are this year. Times, Sunday Times