- n the phenomenon of light emission by a body as its temperature is raised
- n light from heat
- Her suburban incandescence is warm, not scalding.
- But Letterman's rage reached incandescence when a live feed from another CBS studio showed McCain, rather than on his way to the airport as he'd claimed, being made up for an .
- Although she was not blessed with Redgrave's white-hot, almost alarming incandescence that grand stature mixed with a girlish vulnerability Richardson had her own gifts.