Did you perhaps mean resplendent?
- adj. Obsolete spelling of resplendent.
“So one night, the nasty night shift carried them all upstairs to where he sits in resplendant glory, and used the piles to brick up the door to his office.”
“Henry Holland was in a tie leopardprint, by Paul Smith, while stylist Katy England, longtime collaborator of the late Lee McQueen, was resplendant in a black cocktail dress by Marios Schwab.”
“In the meantime, Jeff VanderMeer has this report with a (potentially mind-scarring) picture of meself resplendant in all my glory as -- as Jeff dubs it -- the Beer Messiah.”
“Act II, in which said dinner, resplendant with poofy, sparkly gown, ill fitting tuxedos, and various extended family members, takes place in small town gymnasium.”
“It was Kathy, resplendant in her new gear, flanked by Seth on the right and a woman, presumably her mother, Megan, on her left.”
“They were both panting, but a resplendant smile lifted the corners of her lips.”
“He told me have a seat and eat the joint they have so lushly spread before me on the resplendant table.”
“Joint Chiefs of Staff Chariman Peter Pace, resplendant in his medals and tails, went almost unnoticed.”
“On top of the over glossed Euro SM mags were some little black and white digests and in them was my Bettie but resplendant in corsets, thigh boots and whips.”
“Your logical errors are resplendant e.g. you can prove a negative and your double-standard egregious.”
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