from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. In a glow; glowing.
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- adj. glowing; radiant
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a glow; glowing
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a glow; glowing: as, her cheeks were all aglow.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. softly bright or radiant
When he turned off the lights the bed spread was "aglow" in sperm shootings all over the thing.
She looked ahead to spring with both a longing and a joy, and all who knew her said her face was simply "aglow" with radiance.
The worn but spit-shined sanctuary is silent this weekday morning and the life-size statues of La Virgen de Guadalupe and St. Jude, aglow in shadowy candlelight, gaze benevolently out of their gaudy, flower-bedecked encasements.
I moved on, my heart aglow with the unexpected memory of making a lifelong commitment to my future wife.
Remember that your light is so small and fragile a thing that it requires all of your concentration to keep it aglow, like birthday candles in a hurricane.
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.
Then it was a splendid thought came to her, and at the wonder of it she was all aglow.
The flush of the morning was in her cheek, and its fire in her eyes, and she was aglow with youth and love.
Throughout the audience, parents' faces were aglow as they text-messaged throughout their children's performances.
But if you ask me which quick-cooking meal leaves me aglow on a winter weeknight, it would have to be a wonderful Indian stew out of a Madhur Jaffrey cookbook, or an equally wonderful Italian stew--maybe beef with pickles and capers--from Marcella Hazan.