The debater, thinker, charmer, weaver of luminous sentences, though impressive in their own right, strike me as peripheral.
Because there is the luminous ensemble of Sigmar Polke entitled Axial Ages.
The luminous 31-year-old actress who just took home an Academy Award has absolutely nothing to do.
Reviews when the play was at Steppenwolf in Chicago described her as luminous.
Her luminous face has been preserved forever, and multiplies with every tribute.
Or was it that the figure itself was luminous by some light from within?
The bridegroom regarded her with a face that was luminous of delight.
Their green antenna rose above the water, a curious forest of luminous tentacles, flexing, wavering.
That was the soul and secret of our rapid and luminous onward march.
It was wrapped in a luminous fog, red in the midst of the blue light cast by the moon upon the surrounding mountains.
luminous lu·mi·nous (lōō'mə-nəs)
Emitting light, especially emitting self-generated light.