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[rey-dee-uh n-see]
noun, plural ra·di·an·cies.
  1. radiance.
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Origin of radiancy

First recorded in 1640–50; radi(ant) + -ancy
Related formsnon·ra·di·an·cy, nounsub·ra·di·an·cy, noun
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Historical Examples of radiancy

  • "Her Radiancy is pleased," the Governor reported, after duly translating this.

    A Tangled Tale

    Lewis Carroll

  • Pay Her Radiancy your farewell compliments—and walk out backwards.

    A Tangled Tale

    Lewis Carroll

  • Neville too watched his rival, and was puzzled at his radiancy.

  • And all this radiancy was directed towards the man in the window.

  • But the radiancy of the Girl's face defied his cynicism utterly.

    The Sick-a-Bed Lady

    Eleanor Hallowell Abbott