LEARN 30 SYNONYMS TO “RESPLENDENT”

LEARN 30 SYNONYMS TO “RESPLENDENT”

  1. Bright, brilliant
  1. Full of light or highly-pitched. His bright voice heard in the bright sun makes a good omen.
  2. Exceptionally clever. He is a brilliant math student.
  1. Luminous, luminescent
  1. Shedding light in the dark. The luminous dial on my watch helps me fix the hour at night.
  2. Shedding light in chemical reaction. Light emission of the luminescent toy is produced by chemicals.
  1. Glittered, glittery
  1. Extremely reflected. Early morning trees and grass are glittered in dew.
  2. Superficially attractive. Her beauty was complexioned in a glittery and flawless beauty under make-up.
  1. Sparkling, sparkly
  1. Shedding flashes of light. Her sparkling blue eyes attract everybody in the group.
  2. Showing liveliness. On the stage we can see the first rows of sparkly onlookers.
  1. Shiny, glossy
  1. Reflecting light on a smooth surface. Tainted hair usually emits shiny shade.
  2. Reflecting outside wealth. They like watch glossy TV episodes on fashion.
  1. Incandescent, lucent
  1. Shedding light from heat. The hatchery demands at least 75% energy from these incandescent lamps.
  2. Giving off light. In the background of the moon there is a huge lucent rim.
  1. Splendid, magnificient
  1. Impressively good. We need a splendid fellow in the campaign.
  2. Impressively beautiful. Mountains here are famous for creating a dramatic landscape of magnificent horizon.
  1. Resplendent, radiant
  1. Richly colorful. She looked so resplendent in a white dress.
  2. Sending out light. This bird is so weird with radiant green and red plummage.
  1. Dazzling, stunning
  1. Extremely impressive. She looks stunning at the party.
  2. Extremely skillful. The champion proved a dazzling display of football.
  1. Amazing, shining
  1. Causing great surprise. They are delighted to receive an amazing amount of registered members after their good campaign.
  2. Making excellent. Her life is a shining example of sacrifice for others.
  1. Gleaming, glowing
  1. Expressed in bright eyes. A strong hope is gleaming in her eyes.
  2. Expressed in great praise. He has received a glowing report from the teachers.
  1. Glistening, glittering
  1. Showing watery shade. She attempted to conceal the glistening tears on her cheeks.
  2. Extremely successful. He has achieved a glittering military career.
  1. Shocking, striking
  1. Causing dismay. Shocking news have appeared all over the front pages.
  2. Causing attention. This book can display stringking difference between Jews and Jesuits.
  1. Astonishing, astounding
  1. Extremely surprising. The award was granted to him with an astonishing achievement.
  2. Extremely notable. Astounding views of war profiteers can be seen in the movie.
  1. Glaring, blinding
  1. Highly obvious. No one could see this glaring omission of essential data.
  2. Temporarily covering light. A massive explosion is heard together with a blinding flash of light.

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