glowingly

glowing

[gloh-ing]
adjective
2.
rich and warm in coloring: glowing colors.
3.
showing the radiance of health, excitement, etc.: glowing cheeks.
4.
warmly favorable or complimentary: a glowing account of her work.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English glowynge, Old English glowende. See glow, -ing2

glowingly, adverb
unglowing, adjective


4. ardent, wholehearted, enthusiastic, rapturous, unstinting.
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glowing (ˈɡləʊɪŋ)
 
adj
1.  emitting a steady bright light without flames: glowing embers
2.  warm and rich in colour: the room was decorated in glowing shades of gold and orange
3.  flushed and rosy, as from exercise or excitement: glowing cheeks
4.  displaying or indicative of extreme satisfaction, pride, or emotion: he gave a glowing account of his son's achievements
 
'glowingly
 
adv

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glow
O.E. glowan "to shine as if red-hot," from P.Gmc. base *glo- (cf. O.S. gloian, O.N. gloa, O.H.G. gluoen, Ger. glühen "to glow"), from PIE *ghlo-. First record of glow-worm is from c.1320.
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