Her eyes, her childish face were luminously candid as she handed him the letter.
It was luminously clear; yet the sky was overcast, no stars showing.
There is still gold in his moustache and his eyes are luminously blue.
That was luminously evident, although the shades were lowered.
Flora luminously considered; after which, with her little divine smile: "Because I don't like to frighten you!"
Yard-long antennae, slender and luminously green, wavered above a grotesque head.
She luminously wavered, and I tentatively inferred that she would soon perfectly reconsider her not altogether unobvious course.
I stopped with some degree of irritation; for the point which separated us was most luminously marked by this expression.
Letitia had painted her position so luminously, and had etched me in in such somber tints, that I felt master of the situation.
Diplomatists seldom desire to be comprehended; but occasionally, when they do, how luminously plain they can be!
luminous lu·mi·nous (lōō'mə-nəs)
Emitting light, especially emitting self-generated light.