And not that after-sex glow, but the radiance of contentment.
Its radiance streaming against the white fluted columns threw their shadows far out on the lawn.
Sidney, as tender as ever, had lost a little of the radiance from her eyes; her voice had deepened.
The radiance of her face, the lilt of her voice, stabbed me with a jealous pang.
Around them was a radiance of virtues and graces from the first hour of their meeting.
But, as when a cloud suddenly passes over the sun, Aranka's bright face lost its radiance the next moment.
This portion of the figure he enriches by the attribution of whiteness, or unity and radiance.
The radiance in Jimsy's eyes brought Aunt Judith to her knees beside him, her sweet, tired eyes wet with tears of pleasure.
A moment later she was on the terrace bathed in the radiance of the moon.
Phaethon was dazzled with the sight, but when he entered the palace hall he could hardly bear the radiance.
radiance ra·di·ance (rā'dē-əns) or ra·di·an·cy (-ən-sē)
The quality or state of being radiant.
The radiant energy emitted per unit time in a specified direction by a unit area of an emitting surface.