Synonyms and related words:
ablaze, afire, aflame, aflicker, aglow, alight, ardent, beaming, beamy, blazing, blushing, bright and sunny, burning, candent, comburent, conflagrant, flagrant, flaming, flaring, flickering, flushing, fuming, gleaming, gleamy, glinting, glowing, guttering, ignescent, ignited, illuminant, in a blaze, in a glow, in flames, incandescent, inflamed, irradiative, kindled, lamping, light as day, live, living, luciferous, lucific, luciform, luminant, luminative, luminiferous, luminificent, luminous, lustrous, on fire, orient, radiant, reeking, rutilant, rutilous, scintillant, scintillating, shining, shiny, smoking, smoldering, sparking, starbright, starlike, starry, streaming, suffused, sunny, sunshiny, unextinguished, unquenched

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  • Candescent — Can*des cent, a. [L. candescens, entis, p. pr. of candescere, v. incho. fr. candere to shine.] Glowing; luminous; incandescent. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • candescent — 1824, from L. candescentem (nom. candescens), prp. of candescere to become white, begin to gleam, inchoative of candere to shine, to glow (see CANDLE (Cf. candle)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • candescent — [kan des′ənt] adj. [L candescens, prp. of candescere, inceptive form of candere, to shine < IE base * kand , to glow > Sans candati, (it) gleams] Rare glowing with intense heat; incandescent candescence n …   English World dictionary

  • candescent — adjective Etymology: Latin candescent , candescens, present participle of candescere, inchoative of candēre Date: 1808 glowing or dazzling from or as if from great heat …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • candescent — candescence, n. candescently, adv. /kan des euhnt/, adj. glowing; incandescent. [1815 25; < L candescent (s. of candescens, prp. of candescere to become bright), equiv. to cand bright (see CANDID) + escent ESCENT] * * * …   Universalium

  • candescent — can•des•cent [[t]kænˈdɛs ənt[/t]] adj. thr glowing; incandescent • Etymology: 1815–25; < L candēscent , s. of candēscēns, prp. of candēscere to become bright can•des′cence, n. can•des′cent•ly, adv …   From formal English to slang

  • candescent — adjective glowing with heat; white hot, incandescent See Also: candescence …   Wiktionary

  • candescent — adj. bright, glowing …   English contemporary dictionary

  • candescent — can·des·cent …   English syllables

  • candescent — /kænˈdɛsənt/ (say kan desuhnt) adjective glowing; incandescent. {Latin candescens, present participle, beginning to glow} –candescence, noun –candescently, adverb …  

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