effulgent effulgent


  • (adj) radiating or as if radiating light



  1. The camping group was able to find its way out of the dark woods thanks to the help of the effulgent moon which lit their path.
  2. As the elections came to an end so did the effulgent speeches and empty promises.


  • An Art Project Shines A Light On The Things You Don't (But Should) Know About The Clitoris

    When I step into artist Sophia Wallace 's Sunset Park studio in Brooklyn, the first thing I notice is the six–foot effulgent glow in the corner: "CLITERACY," the sign reads, illuminating a 130 square–foot wall dedicated to statistics, visual puns, and thought–provoking quotes about the human clitoris. Wallace is on a mission. Since launching her cliteracy campaign last October, which she has ...
    on September 9, 2013     Source: Fast Company Magazine


  • "In the country's 5000-year history, our diligent and intelligent ancestors created an effulgent culture and left us so many precious traditional crafts. It's of great importance to ensure that those endangered traditional arts and crafts are well...
    on Feb 18, 2009 By: Li Changchun Source: Xinhua

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