[aw-rawr-uh l, aw-rohr-, uh-rawr-, uh-rohr-]
Origin of auroral
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Related Wordsgolden, glistening, vivid, brilliant, shimmering, radiant, sunny, dazzling, blazing, sparkling, luminous, shiny, intense, flashing, silvery, ablaze, alight, argent, beaming, burning
Examples from the Web for auroral
Nevertheless, Maunder says that this thing had no relation to auroral phenomena.
Color said to have been the same as that of the auroral glow in the north.
You are all colour of dawn, auroral, colour of tender fires.Little Novels of Italy
Maurice Henry Hewlett
The Burneys, however, can do no more for us than shed that auroral dew.
But hark the herald of the sun, the auroral wind, softly trumpeting his approach!Lilith
Word Origin and History for auroral
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