Who is there that with unwinking eyes may gaze into the effulgent brilliancy of the perfect angelhood?
He was so large and effulgent that one hardly missed the sun.
And that divine and effulgent king of the Yakshas set out, being eulogised by the celestials and Gandharvas.
Mrs. Hawley-Crowles beamed upon him like the effulgent midday sun.
For the moment it seemed that the fallen star flashed through her brow and lodged, effulgent, in her brain.
It was the soft, effulgent light which heralded the full, rising moon.
Great subjects, great empires, great characters, effulgent ideas and classical illustrations formed the material of his speeches.'
And his body was of large proportions and effulgent as the Sun.
Again the lights were effulgent, the music witching, the women divine.
That immediate future was too effulgent for him to think of anything beyond it.