Noun(1) an alert and refreshed state(2) light from nonthermal sources(3) the phenomenon of light emission by a body as its temperature is raised(4) a feeling of considerable warmth(5) a steady even light without flames(6) the amount of electromagnetic radiation leaving or arriving at a point on a surface(7) an appearance of reflected light
Verb(1) emit a steady even light without flames(2) have a complexion with a strong bright color, such as red or pink(3) shine intensely, as if with heat(4) be exuberant or high-spirited(5) experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or an intense emotion
(1) For the most part, the album, like its predecessor, gives a warm glow , akin to talking rubbish over a couple of cans with your mates.(2) Cars from near and far converged in the night to watch the mountains glow red.(3) He frantically dug faster and after several minutes identified a glow as the helmet light.(4) Seconds later and I was basking in the drug-induced glow of pure joy.(5) But it was too late, as candles lit up in the houses and a brilliant glow pervaded the city.(6) That diffuse light you see all around my office is partly the glow of satisfaction, and partly pride.(7) In return I received a warm glow knowing that in a few short months I would be walking these shores once again.(8) The bridge is still bathed in the red glow of the emergency lighting.(9) She gazed at the yellow glow emanating from the light fixture.(10) There was no sound that I could detect and the objects maintained a steady glow - with no blinking lights.(11) the setting sun cast a deep red glow over the city(12) with a glow of pride, Mildred walked away(13) Far in the back of his throat was a glimmer of light, a pale glow that illuminated his teeth and palate.(14) They will appear similar to the way you remember them but with the glow of health and happiness.(15) One can imagine the glow of satisfaction felt by the letters page editor on being able to print those remarks.(16) For example, if a metal object was being heated, a red glow gradually turned to white as the temperature increased.
(1) glow stick :: Knæklys
1. radiance ::
2. flush ::
3. happiness ::
4. luminescence ::
6. lambency ::
7. incandescence ::
8. shine ::
9. radiate heat ::
10. flush ::
11. tingle ::
12. burn ::
13. beam ::
Different Formsglow, glowed, glowing, glows
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