Then suddenly, as if blinded by the refulgence of what I saw, my eyes began to water and grow dim.
Brock shone with a refulgence that bedimmed all expectations.
La Petite Mer is in full view, the opposite shore lost in the refulgence of a reflected glow, as if it were the open sea itself.
Her eyes were open now, and the refulgence falling around her from the burning cedar, seemed like the glory of heaven.
The caravan came to it under the dim light of the few stars that had not yet attained their refulgence.
When the sun waxed strong, I beheld in the refulgence of the two our great, encircled earth as a tiny ball in the distance below.
Like a blazing luminary—his refulgence dims the surrounding stars and illuminates the horizon of biography with a light ineffable.
He was like one who is seeing a Great Light and who is still too dazed by its refulgence for speech.
If the children looked brilliant to Pop he did not reflect their refulgence.
The refulgence of the present hour wiped out the past, which seemed to fade away altogether.
1630s, from Latin refulgentia "reflected luster, splendor," from refulgens (see refulgent). Related: Refulgency (1610s).