resplendence

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n resplendence brilliant radiant beauty "the glory of the sunrise"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Resplendence The quality or state of being resplendent; brilliant luster; vivid brightness; splendor. "Son! thou in whom my glory I behold
      In full resplendence , heir of all my might."
      "The resplendency of his own almighty goodness."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n resplendence Brilliant luster; vivid brightness; splendor.
    • n resplendence Synonyms See radiance.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • ns Resplendence state of being resplendent
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. resplendentia,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. resplendērere-, inten., splendēre, to shine.

Usage

In literature:

How dared he love this stately, resplendent queen?
"Ishmael" by Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
Miss Lee swept down the staircase, her dark, bright face resplendent, her bearing haughty as that of an empress.
"The Fatal Glove" by Clara Augusta Jones Trask
They were men who made France what it was in life and is to-day in history, resplendent.
"The Grey Cloak" by Harold MacGrath
He was resplendent in a cape of crimson velvet with brilliant yellow facings.
"In Indian Mexico (1908)" by Frederick Starr
Lago Maggiore is grand, resplendent in Its beauty; the view of the Alps gives a sort of lyric exaltation to the scene.
"At Home And Abroad" by Margaret Fuller Ossoli
But my leader trebled the thread over me, at whose resplendent light these were overcome.
"Curiosities of Literature, Vol. II (of 3)" by Isaac Disraeli
He could see the subahdar on deck, a somewhat portly figure in resplendent costume.
"In Clive's Command" by Herbert Strang
Thou, therefore, the resplendent reins receive 575 And scourge, while I, dismounting, wage the fight.
"The Iliad of Homer" by Homer
Mrs. Blake herself opened the door, resplendent in black satin; lavender ribbons in her lace cap.
"The Upas Tree" by Florence L. Barclay
The resplendency of its light enchanted them, its pure softness delighted them, its perfect regularity astonished them.
"All Around the Moon" by Jules Verne
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In poetry:

O'er the grave, past Time's pursuing,
For thy flashing glory streams!
Too unswerving—too resplendent
For a child of idle dreams!
"Hope" by Ernest Jones
The timid flush
And rosy blush
Which then from brow to bosom rush,
Are pure and fair
Beyond compare,
Resplendent in the crystal air.
"Sunset At Interlaken" by John Lawson Stoddard
Would not some hidden song-bud open bright
As the resplendent cactus of the night
That floods the gloom with fragrance and with
light?
"Bryant’s Seventieth Birthday" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Great windows shining in a row
Lit up the wondrous corridor,
And each its own rich light did throw
In stream resplendent on the floor.
"The Two Keys" by Victor James Daley
'Cast from your mind this fantasy;
This evil dream, O dearest mine.
Our love gleams bright a torch on high,
In soft resplendent light divine.'
"Gamzrdeli" by Akaki Tsereteli
Cloine, curled like the sleepy waters where the moonwaves start,
Radiant, resplendently she gleams,
Cloine dreams,
Lips pressed against my heart.
"Evening Song" by Jean Toomer

In news:

Calcutta, despite its former resplendence as the first capital of the British Raj, has a dark reputation.
Nestled in a high valley, it was resplendent with its domes and minarets.
Where can you find both spa treatments and medical services under one resplendent roof.
Watch Sean Lennon-Deerhoof Offshoot Mystical Weapons' Resplendent 'Mechanical Mammoth' Video.
They gathered for a group photograph on a bitterly cold February day in western Kansas, resplendent in their bishop's miters and vestments.
From left, Marilyn Burrows, Peggy Potts, Harriet Deeds and Sally Reedy are resplendent in red hats and shades of purple.
Mimi Lauter's 'Dining Out' a resplendent feast.
Resplendent – shining brilliantly: characterized by a glowing splendor.
The new definition of these two countries is Resplendent , Re-emergent Civilizations.
A Resplendent City's Golden Heart.
It's homecoming at FLHS, and the superintendent has made sure this year's royalty will look resplendent.
Resplendent – shining brilliantly: characterized by a glowing splendor.
Robbie sprawled resplendent, innocent across the motel bed.
'Life of Pi' review: Ang Lee lends visual resplendence to profound survival tale.
Our history, so resplendent in spiritual truth, is being rewritten.
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In science:

If κ is regular and κ > |T |, and λ = λ<κ , then T has a κ-resplendent model of size λ.
Chain conditions in dependent groups
If M is κ resplendent then Meq is also such.
Chain conditions in dependent groups
If M is κ-resplendent for some κ, and A ⊆ M is definable and infinite, then |A| = |M|.
Chain conditions in dependent groups
T has > λ pairwise nonisomorphic κ-resplendent models of size λ1 .
Chain conditions in dependent groups
T is stable and κ ≥ κ (T ) + ℵ1 then every κ-resplendent model is saturated.
Chain conditions in dependent groups
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