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  • s  having brief brilliant points or flashes of light

  • Nearly 20 years have gone by since this quiet, theory-shy artist came back from Paris and began turning out his spare, immaculately drafted abstractions amid the fulgid polemics .
  • I knew Mayor Kelly was fulgid and fubsy, but I never before suspected his frumiousness PTI, March 25.
  • Through the glass wall of his house, a few hundred feet away, the host watches the Connecticut sky display its sense of occasion by turning a fulgid, Turneresque pink.

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