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re·splen·dent

 (rĭ-splĕn′dənt)
adj.
Splendid or dazzling in appearance; brilliant.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin resplendēns, resplendent-, present participle of resplendēre, to shine brightly : re-, re- + splendēre, to shine.]

re·splen′dence, re·splen′den·cy n.
re·splen′dent·ly adv.
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resplendent

(rɪˈsplɛndənt)
adj
having a brilliant or splendid appearance
[C15: from rēsplendēre to shine brightly, from re- + splendēre to shine; see splendour]
reˈsplendence, reˈsplendency n
reˈsplendently adv
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re•splend•ent

(rɪˈsplɛn dənt)

adj.
shining brilliantly; radiant; splendid.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Latin resplendent-, s. of resplendēns, present participle of resplendēre to shine brightly =re- re- + splendēre to shine; see -ent]
re•splend′ence, re•splend′en•cy, n.
re•splend′ent•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.resplendent - having great beauty and splendor; "a glorious spring morning"; "a glorious sunset"; "splendid costumes"; "a kind of splendiferous native simplicity"
beautiful - delighting the senses or exciting intellectual or emotional admiration; "a beautiful child"; "beautiful country"; "a beautiful painting"; "a beautiful theory"; "a beautiful party"
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resplendent

adjective brilliant, radiant, splendid, glorious, bright, shining, beaming, glittering, dazzling, gleaming, luminous, lustrous, refulgent (literary), effulgent, irradiant She was resplendent in royal blue velvet.
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resplendent

adjective
Marked by extraordinary elegance, beauty, and splendor:
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Translations
مُشْرِق، مُتَلألئ
zářivý
pragtfuld
csillogó
ljómandi
greznskrāšņs

resplendent

[rɪsˈplendənt] ADJresplandeciente, refulgente
to be resplendentresplandecer, refulgir
she looked resplendent in that new dressestaba espléndida con ese vestido nuevo
the car is resplendent in greenel coche estaba resplandeciente pintado de verde
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resplendent

[rɪˈsplɛndənt] adjresplendissant(e)
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resplendent

adj person, faceglänzend, strahlend; clothesprächtig; there he was, resplendent in his new uniformda war er, in seiner funkelnden neuen Uniform; the stage, resplendent in blue and golddie Bühne in einer Pracht von Gold- und Blautönen
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resplendent

[rɪsˈplɛndənt] adj (frm) → risplendente
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resplendent

(rəˈsplendənt) adjective
very bright or splendid in appearance.
reˈsplendently adverb
reˈsplendence noun
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References in classic literature ?
Son, thou in whom my glory I behold In full resplendence, Heir of all my might, Neerly it now concernes us to be sure Of our Omnipotence, and with what Arms We mean to hold what anciently we claim Of Deitie or Empire, such a foe Is rising, who intends to erect his Throne Equal to ours, throughout the spacious North; Nor so content, hath in his thought to trie In battel, what our Power is, or our right.