We thought of the words with which Emerson begins one of his lectures: "In this refulgent summer it has been a luxury to live."
It was past noon; the great sun shone out with refulgent glory.
Otherwise all else grows pale and dull and leaden beside their refulgent glory.
It was not water, but new ice—smooth and refulgent as a mirror.
In all his previous career so refulgent a day had never been his.
For six months of the year the sun is daily refulgent in the heavens, and sets evening after evening in all his glorious majesty.
The moon, round and full, rose from out its watery bed and shed a soft, refulgent glow on this most delightful of all climes.
Your high, refulgent Excellency, the hour of burial has struck.
Others more sublime, Struck by the envious wrath of man or God, Have sunk, extinct in their refulgent prime.
In all her refulgent beauty she told him of herself and gave him hope.