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resplendent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishresplendentre‧splen‧dent /rɪˈsplendənt/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGvery beautiful, bright, and impressive in appearanceresplendent in 🔊 She looked resplendent in a silk dress.resplendently adverb
Examples from the Corpus
resplendentAnyone who visited the Garden in the early days would not recognise the place now-every inch is resplendent.They are allowed to hold a resplendent Christmas parade down Fifth Avenue, complete with carriages, sleds and artificial snow.The hinterland of the Liverpool Range in the summer of 1839 was a resplendent, if temporary, Eden.At the top is a doll of the 15-year-old herself, resplendent in white and pink net.Joe was, as always, resplendent when he traveled to the two political parties' summer nominating conventions.Fields and gardens not far from the site of the explosion now are resplendent with jonquils, azaleas and tulips.They wear heavy and very ornate armour resplendent with plumes and ribbons.resplendent inThe bride entered the church, resplendent in a white silk gown.
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