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Another word for glow

  1. A feeling of pervasive emotional warmth

      1. A blush; glow
      2. A rush of strong feeling:
      3. A sudden and rapid flow, as of water in washing out something; specif., the emptying and rinsing of a toilet bowl with a flow of water, etc.
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  2. A fresh rosy complexion

      1. A hand in which all the cards are of the same suit but not in numerical sequence, ranked above a straight and below a full house in poker.
      2. A reddening of the skin, as with fever, emotion, or exertion.
      3. A blush; glow
      1. Local color.
      2. Any color other than black, white, or gray; chromatic color: color is distinguished by the qualities of hue (as red, brown, yellow, etc.), lightness (for pigmented surfaces) or brightness (for light itself), and saturation (the degree of intensity of a hue)
      3. Appearance of authenticity:
      1. A reddening of the face, especially from modesty, embarrassment, or shame.
      2. Any of various cosmetic powders, creams, etc., traditionally pink or reddish, applied to the face, esp. the cheeks, to give added color
      3. A rosy color
      1. A mass of planktonic algae in lakes, ponds, or the sea, as in the development of red tides
      2. Glare that is caused by a shiny object reflecting too much light into a camera.
      3. A youthful, healthy glow (of cheeks, skin, etc.)
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  1. To shine brightly and steadily but without a flame

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  2. To emit a bright light

      1. To cause to shine, as a light.
      2. (US) To make bright; to cause to shine by reflected light.
      3. To create light with (a flashlight, lamp, torch, or similar).
      1. To issue or emerge in rays or waves:
      2. To come forth or spread out in rays
      3. To send out rays of heat, light, etc.; be radiant
      1. To become or make incandescent
      2. To cause to be (to become) incandescent, especially by the application of heat
      1. To appear or be revealed briefly or suddenly
      2. To emit a gleam; flash or glow:
      3. To shine or reflect with a gleam or gleams
      1. To emit heat or light by fire or energy:
      2. To be very eager:
      3. To harden or impart a finish to by subjecting to intense heat; fire:
      1. To give off a strong, vivid light; shine very brightly; glare
      2. To burn with a bright flame.
      3. To burn rapidly or brightly; flame
      1. To construct (a ceiling) so that the beams are exposed
      2. To radiate light; shine.
      3. To give out (shafts of light); radiate in a beam or beams
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  3. To become red in the face

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Another word for glow

      1. A rush of strong feeling:
      2. A sudden and rapid flow, as of water in washing out something; specif., the emptying and rinsing of a toilet bowl with a flow of water, etc.
      3. A blush; glow
      1. The effect or sensation by means of which an observer is able to distinguish differences in luminance.
      2. The luminous aspect of a color (as distinct from its hue) by which it is regarded as approaching the maximum luminance of pure white or the lack of luminance of pure black
      3. The dimension of a color that represents its similarity to one of a series of achromatic colors ranging from very dim (dark) to very bright (dazzling).
      1. The quality or state of being radiant; brightness
      2. (Physics) The radiant energy emitted per unit time in a specified direction by a unit area of an emitting surface.
      1. The ratio of luminous flux at a specific wavelength to the radiant flux at the same wavelength.
      2. (Physics) the ratio of luminous flux to radiant flux at the same wavelength; the luminosity factor
      3. Brightness
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