Monday, August 04, 2014
Citations for lambent
American Literature would surely be the poorer if the great Boston Brahmin had not enlivened it with his rich humor, his lambent wit and his sincere pathos…
The sea that night gleamed with the moon's lambent silver and drew to its surface many squids dazed and fascinated by the light.
Origin of lambent
Lambent comes from the Latin term lambere meaning "to lick." It entered English in the mid-1600s.