resplend


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resplend

(rɪˈsplɛnd)
vb (intr)
1. to be resplendent
2. to shine brightly
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Verb1.resplend - be resplendent or radiant; to shine brightly; "The Queen's garments resplended in velvet and jewels"
shine, reflect - be bright by reflecting or casting light; "Drive carefully--the wet road reflects"
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RESPLEND A Utter liturgical responses B Shine brilliantly C Temporary cessation who am I?
Becoming entranced by the Orient, she sent an emissary to copy a garden from Kyoto, Japan, and here it resplends with its grove of bamboos, little bridges, tea houses and rock set in seas of gravel.