In 1812, a fulgurant discharge took place near Mr. Cowen's and killed his dog beside him, without doing him any harm.
It seemed to her that the room had become a tent of fulgurant colours.
In the preceding examples the victims struck dead are not disfigured by the fulgurant force.
High up into the heavens it tossed the fulgurant fires that betokened its wealth and power.
fulgurant ful·gu·rant (ful'gyər-ənt, -gər-, fŭl'-)
Characterized by sudden shooting pain.