Nikos Kazantzakis had no problems writing a moving novel of beauty, profundity, and luminosity.
The night grows dark, the wind rises and is cold, and the tide changes; so does the luminosity of the sea.
There was luminosity where the ships had encountered each other.
Sirius has only twice the mass, but ten thousand times the luminosity, of its strange companion!
Value or luminosity of colors ranges between these two extremes.
The fringe of a comet, however, may extend thousands or even millions of miles beyond the borders of luminosity.
But this luminosity is not entirely confined to the minute creatures of the sea.
Abolishing foot and border lights, sending shafts of luminosity from above, Mr. Craig secures unexpected and bizarre effects.
Abnormal darkness,” it was added, “follows as a reaction after luminosity.
Its luminosity is, there is little doubt, an effect of electrical excitement.