If any of the cells happen to be cancerous, the luminous molecules will stick to them.
Scientists refer to these phenomena as transient luminous events.
Tipped with a lure of luminous flesh this built-in rod baits prey close enough to be snatched.
But in fact planetary nebulae have nothing to do with planets-they are luminous clouds thrown off by dying stars.
Her openness about her struggles makes her every appearance on screen both grueling and luminous.
Probably more important is the sample mentioned here of the luminous and vivid explanation that makes the book such a success.
Historical details about their work on radioactivity are set among dreamy illustrations on luminous pages.
Every day of your life is a luminous moment and every sunshine, when the light fades away, is a magical quietness.
Brad stepped outside in the storm's lull, in the strangely luminous air, to see if he could spot any branches fallen on his lines.
Beings that were barely human manufactured and bought and sold things, and cities covered the continents with luminous color.
British Dictionary definitions for luminous
radiating or reflecting light; shining; glowing: luminous colours
(not in technical use) exhibiting luminescence: luminous paint
full of light; well-lit
(of a physical quantity in photometry) evaluated according to the visual sensation produced in an observer rather than by absolute energy measurements: luminous flux, luminous intensity Compare radiant
easily understood; lucid; clear
enlightening or wise
luminously, adverb luminousness, noun
C15: from Latin lūminōsus full of light, from lūmen light