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adv.1.In an effulgent manner.
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He effulgently adapted his speech to satisfy the needs of a contemporary "post-Civil Rights, postmodern, twenty-first- century Black and White audience".
The melodiousness particularly manifests itself in the "pastel colours" of Oenek Pavlik's violin (the fifth movement, the beautiful theme on the G string), Ivan Klansky's effulgently poignant piano (the third movement, the Allegretto scherzando of the fourth movement, the Lento maestoso of the sixth movement) and Marek Jerie's heroic cello (the second movement--Poco adagio, the Cadenza, the main theme of the fourth movement, the introduction of the fifth movement).
This scene of a burial was important to the William Faulkner of 1930 who, with his genius for excess, devoted an entire novel to the burial of the effulgently rotting body of the mother.