noun, plural ra·di·an·cies.
Origin of radiancy
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Historical Examples of radiancy
Pay Her Radiancy your farewell compliments—and walk out backwards.
"Her Radiancy is pleased," the Governor reported, after duly translating this.
Neville too watched his rival, and was puzzled at his radiancy.
And all this radiancy was directed towards the man in the window.From a Swedish Homestead
But the radiancy of the Girl's face defied his cynicism utterly.The Sick-a-Bed Lady
Eleanor Hallowell Abbott