A lambent spotlight shines on each individual in his portraits, reminding the world of their forgotten existence.
His golden zodiac, no longer tarnished and dull, ran with sun flames; the wondrous rose was a racing, lambent miracle.
Just as we were parting at the door, Helen turned full on me her great, lambent eyes.
A lambent light was born in the darkness; it rose slowly, unsteadily, to a great height, and died.
A sudden tremor seemed to shake the lambent flame that had lured him on.
She smiled again in that lambent heat-lightning way of hers.
This time he might return, immaculate, from the path of that "lambent flamelet."
The lights slowly brightened to no more than the lambent glow which was all that Ninon permitted.
Their eyes are luminous and lambent, but it is a melancholy light.
Valbroso's hand dived into the chest, came out with a great pulsing crimson sphere that filled the room with a lambent glow.
1640s, from figurative use of Latin lambentem (nominative lambens), present participle of lambere "to lick," from PIE root *lab-, indicative of smacking lips or licking (cf. Greek laptein "to sip, lick," Old English lapian "to lick, lap up, suck;" see lap (v.1)).