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radiance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishradiancera‧di‧ance /ˈreɪdiəns/ noun [uncountable] literary  1 HAPPYgreat happiness that shows in someone’s face and makes them look attractive a young face full of radiance2 LIGHTa soft gentle light the moon’s radiance
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radianceThe light in the passageway suddenly brightened into a blazing radiance.The late-afternoon sunlight ricocheted and reflected off the sandstone, illuminating the narrow gorge with a cool radiance.It was true that her early radiance was gone.Grapefruit, marjoram, peach and camomile for radiance and freshness.When she returned, she had a kind of radiance about her.The radiance of power hangs around him.
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