Effulgently

effulgent

[ih-fuhl-juhnt, ih-fool-]
adjective
shining forth brilliantly; radiant.

Origin:
1730–40; < Latin effulgent- (stem of effulgēns, present participle of effulgēre), equivalent to ef- ef- + fulg(ēre) to shine + -ent- -ent

effulgence, noun
effulgently, adverb
uneffulgent, adjective
uneffulgently, adverb
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effulgent (ɪˈfʌldʒənt)
 
adj
radiant; brilliant
 
[C18: from Latin effulgēre to shine forth, from fulgēre to shine]
 
ef'fulgence
 
n
 
ef'fulgently
 
adv

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effulgent
1738, from L. effulgentem, from effulgere, from ex "out" + fulgere "to shine" (see fulgent).
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