Adjective(1) emitting light as a result of being heated(2) characterized by ardent emotion or intensity or brilliance
(1) Mara stood there, face incandescent with rage, eyes blazing with purple wrath and entire body outlined in a shimmering nimbus of terrible light.(2) This film brought to light his incandescent talent.(3) He claims to have shouted at the radio within five minutes of switching it on in the morning and of being incandescent with rage by the time he has read the daily papers.(4) I saw Ethan standing in the dark with the streetlamps incandescent light shine on him.(5) Wildfire and Firecat barreled through the thick smoke, their laser rifles blazing an incandescent firestorm through the smoke.(6) In terms of lighting, fluorescent lights burn cooler than incandescent bulbs but are not as efficient in cold weather as they are gas lights and the gas is heavier when it is cold.(7) Any source of light - whether luminescent or incandescent (the glow emitted by a very hot object) - can be traced back to the absorption of energy and its release as light.(8) He stared into that liquid, incandescent heart, and then flinched, despite all he could do, as a huge, fan-shaped billow of flame and sparks erupted from another vast piece of machinery.(9) This probably is a good time to mention that the performance is incandescent , with inspired and inspirational work coming from everyone involved.(10) In addition, the inconsistent mix of fluorescent and incandescent light sources throughout the hospital required continuous and costly maintenance.(11) I was incandescent with rage at the thought that someone I considered a friend (albeit a slightly flaky one) would be so thoughtless.(12) Marshall gives an incandescent performance vocally and dramatically as a woman desperately trying to hold on to her sanity in a world gone mad.(13) He was incandescent with rage.(14) They would probably drive a hybrid car and use an LED light instead of an incandescent one.(15) The principals are all effective in their roles, but the key to the film's success is Dorothy Dandridge's incandescent performance as Carmen.(16) Pulses of bright crimson light began to melt a passage through, and the bright shots of incandescent light blasted through the accumulated ice of aeons.
(1) incandescent lamp :: lamp gwynias
1. white-hot ::
2. passionate ::
3. candent ::
1. dim ::
2. dull ::
Different Formsincandescent, incandescently
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