from The Century Dictionary.
- In an effulgent or splendid manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In an effulgent manner.
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- adverb In an
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They pictured the Delloggs as bland pillars of light coming forward effulgently to greet them, and bathing them in the beams of their hospitality.
From my hand, from the brain of every man and woman it streams, effulgently flowing forever.
Certainly on our night the house was crammed; and the play seemed of realistic quality, and the actresses effulgently lovely.
But this banner more effulgently reflects the divine light upon the path of heaven.
The virtues and perfections of Moses became apparent in His Holiness Jesus Christ most effulgently but the Jews held to the name Moses, not adoring the virtues and perfections manifest in him.
The virtues and perfections of Moses became apparent in Jesus Christ most effulgently, but the Jews held to the name
Fronting the great entrance, and ready to receive its first beams, was a golden representation of the sun itself -- a vast golden face surrounded by rays stretching out in every direction -- vast, massive, and glowing effulgently, reflecting back the sun's rays, and lighting the interior of the gold-decked temple.
From my hand from the brain of every man and woman it streams, effulgently flowing forever.
From my hand, from the brain of every man and woman, it streams, effulgently flowing for ever.
Lord Anjaneya, with a gadhai in his hand, and left leg put forward, as if ready to leap, poses effulgently in a separate enclosure opposite the temple.