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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglowingglow‧ing /ˈɡləʊɪŋ $ ˈɡloʊ-/ adjective  1 glowing report/account/description etc2 in glowing termsglowingly adverb
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glowingThe young soldiers who returned home gave glowing accounts of Paul's bravery and devotion to duty.One of the most important factors for maintaining beautiful skin and a glowing complexion is good circulation.Shelton showed us arid, earthy colours, her voice curving from a glowing directness to a snaking near scream.Close to, the illusion of glowing feyness dissipated.Ruby laser light stitched the interior of the sanctum like thinnest threads of stronger flame within a dully glowing oven.The circle then disappears wholly, and a glowing red ring of light within marks out the circle of the portal.Despite glowing reviews about the company's core businesses, its shares have fallen.Joanna had looked up at him, open adoration in her glowing sapphire eyes.Stephen always talks in glowing terms of your work.
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