Charles, on this resplendent morning, is telling me his life story.
The house was deserted, he was certain of that—the melancholy wreckage of a vanished and resplendent time.
The whole door was resplendent in the purity of intense cold.
The evening was very fine and beautifully star-light, and the moon shone with resplendent brightness.
It seemed to them as if the brightness of the moon had been increased, and was as resplendent as that of the sun.
Yet it was an enthusiasm well tempered to practical ends, purged of resplendent visions and vague idealisms.
Major Vernon had risen, resplendent as the phoenix, from the ashes of his old clothes.
This latter was a resplendent creature, having been the butt end of a rosewood billiard cue, and was as heavy as a Sioux war club.
It was a canopy fit for the resplendent purity of the snows.
Within, it is resplendent with gold and silver and richly colored walls and roof.
mid-15c., from Latin resplendentem (nominative resplendens) "brilliant, radiant," present participle of resplendere "to glitter, shine," from re-, intensive prefix, + splendere "to shine, be splendid" (see splendid). Related: Resplendently.