glow definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To shine brightly and steadily, specially without a flame: Embers glowed in furnace.
    • to own a bright, warm, often reddish shade: The children's cheeks glowed through the cool.
    • To flush; blush.
    • To be exuberant or radiant: parents shining with pleasure.
    • To shine brightly and steadily, particularly without a flame: Embers glowed when you look at the furnace.
    • having a bright, hot, usually reddish shade: The children's cheeks glowed through the cold.
    • To flush; blush.
    • To be exuberant or vibrant: parents glowing with pride.
    • To shine with a rigorous or white heat; to offer forth vivid light as well as heat; become incandescent.
    • To exhibit a powerful, brilliant shade; becoming brilliant, as if with heat; to be bright or purple with heat or animation, with blushes, etc.
    • To feel hot; having a burning sensation, at the time of the skin, from rubbing, exercise, etc.; burning.
    • To feel the temperature of enthusiasm; become animated, as by intense love, zeal, anger, etc.; to rage, as passior.
    • To shine with a powerful or white heat; to provide forth vivid light as well as heat; to-be incandescent.
    • To exhibit a solid, bright shade; to-be brilliant, like with heat; becoming brilliant or red with heat or cartoon, with blushes, etc.
    • To feel hot; to possess a burning feeling, at the time of skin, from rubbing, workout, etc.; burning.
    • To feel the heat of passion; becoming animated, as by intense love, zeal, fury, etc.; to rage, as passior.
    • To shine brightly and steadily, specifically without a flame: Embers glowed within the furnace.
    • To have a bright, cozy, generally reddish shade: the kids's cheeks glowed from the cool.
    • To flush; blush.
    • To be exuberant or vibrant: parents radiant with pride.
    • To shine brightly and steadily, specially without a flame: Embers glowed in furnace.
    • To shine brightly and steadily, specifically without a flame: Embers glowed when you look at the furnace.
    • having a bright, cozy, frequently reddish shade: The children's cheeks glowed from the cold.
    • to possess a bright, cozy, usually reddish color: the youngsters's cheeks glowed from cold.
    • To flush; blush.
    • To flush; blush.
    • become exuberant or vibrant: moms and dads shining with pride.
    • is exuberant or vibrant: parents shining with pleasure.
    • To shine brightly and steadily, especially without a flame: Embers glowed within the furnace.
    • to own a bright, cozy, generally reddish color: The children's cheeks glowed through the cool.
    • To shine with a rigorous or white temperature; to offer forth brilliant light and heat; become incandescent.
    • To exhibit a very good, brilliant shade; to-be brilliant, just as if with temperature; becoming bright or purple with temperature or cartoon, with blushes, etc.
    • To feel hot; having a burning feeling, as of skin, from rubbing, workout, etc.; to burn.
    • To feel the heat of passion; to be animated, as by intense love, zeal, anger, etc.; to rage, as passior.
    • To flush; blush.
    • To shine with an intense or white temperature; to offer forth vivid light and heat; to-be incandescent.
    • To exhibit a powerful, bright color; become brilliant, as though with temperature; becoming brilliant or red with heat or cartoon, with blushes, etc.
    • To feel hot; to possess a burning feeling, by the skin, from friction, exercise, etc.; to burn.
    • become exuberant or radiant: moms and dads radiant with pleasure.
    • To have the temperature of passion; to be animated, as by intense love, zeal, anger, etc.; to rage, as passior.
    • To shine brightly and steadily, specially without a flame: Embers glowed inside furnace.
    • To shine brightly and steadily, specially without a flame: Embers glowed into the furnace.
    • To have a bright, warm, usually reddish shade: The children's cheeks glowed from cold.
    • To have a bright, cozy, frequently reddish color: the kids's cheeks glowed through the cool.
    • To flush; blush.
    • To flush; blush.
    • To shine with a rigorous or white heat; to provide forth brilliant light and heat; to-be incandescent.
    • becoming exuberant or radiant: parents shining with pleasure.
    • To shine brightly and steadily, particularly without a flame: Embers glowed into the furnace.
    • To shine brightly and steadily, particularly without a flame: Embers glowed within the furnace.
    • showing a solid, bright shade; becoming brilliant, like with heat; to be brilliant or purple with temperature or cartoon, with blushes, etc.
    • to possess a bright, hot, usually reddish shade: the youngsters's cheeks glowed from cool.
    • To shine brightly and steadily, specifically without a flame: Embers glowed when you look at the furnace.
    • To shine brightly and steadily, especially without a flame: Embers glowed in the furnace.
    • To be exuberant or radiant: parents glowing with pleasure.
    • having a bright, warm, often reddish shade: the kids's cheeks glowed from cold.
    • To feel hot; to own a burning feeling, as of skin, from rubbing, exercise, etc.; to burn.
    • having a bright, hot, typically reddish shade: the kids's cheeks glowed from cool.
    • having a bright, cozy, typically reddish shade: the youngsters's cheeks glowed through the cool.
    • To flush; blush.
    • To flush; blush.
    • To flush; blush.
    • to-be exuberant or radiant: parents shining with pride.
    • To have the temperature of passion; to be animated, as by intense love, zeal, anger, etc.; to rage, as passior.
    • To flush; blush.
    • is exuberant or vibrant: moms and dads shining with pride.
    • To be exuberant or radiant: moms and dads glowing with pleasure.
    • To shine with an intense or white heat; to provide forth vivid light as well as heat; to be incandescent.
    • become exuberant or radiant: parents radiant with pride.
    • showing a strong, brilliant color; becoming brilliant, as though with temperature; is brilliant or purple with temperature or animation, with blushes, etc.
    • To feel hot; to own a burning sensation, by skin, from friction, exercise, etc.; to burn.
    • To have the temperature of enthusiasm; to-be animated, as by intense love, zeal, fury, etc.; to rage, as passior.
    • To shine with an intense or white temperature; to offer forth vivid light as well as heat; become incandescent.
    • to demonstrate a solid, bright color; become brilliant, like with temperature; to be bright or purple with heat or cartoon, with blushes, etc.
    • To shine with a powerful or white heat; to provide forth brilliant light and heat; to be incandescent.
    • To feel hot; to own a burning feeling, as of skin, from rubbing, workout, etc.; to burn.
    • to demonstrate a very good, brilliant shade; is brilliant, like with temperature; to be brilliant or purple with temperature or animation, with blushes, etc.
    • To feel the temperature of enthusiasm; becoming animated, as by intense love, zeal, anger, etc.; to rage, as passior.
    • To feel hot; to have a burning feeling, by skin, from friction, workout, etc.; burning.
    • To shine with an intense or white temperature; to give forth brilliant light as well as heat; is incandescent.
    • To shine with a rigorous or white heat; to provide forth brilliant light as well as heat; is incandescent.
    • To shine with a rigorous or white temperature; to offer forth brilliant light as well as heat; become incandescent.
    • To feel the temperature of enthusiasm; to be animated, as by intense love, zeal, anger, etc.; to rage, as passior.
    • To exhibit a strong, bright shade; become brilliant, as if with temperature; to-be bright or purple with heat or animation, with blushes, etc.
    • to demonstrate a strong, brilliant shade; to-be brilliant, just as if with heat; to be brilliant or red with temperature or cartoon, with blushes, etc.
    • showing a strong, brilliant color; to be brilliant, as though with heat; become brilliant or red with heat or cartoon, with blushes, etc.
    • To feel hot; to have a burning feeling, since the skin, from friction, exercise, etc.; burning.
    • To feel hot; to possess a burning feeling, as of the skin, from rubbing, exercise, etc.; to burn.
    • To feel hot; having a burning feeling, at the time of the skin, from friction, exercise, etc.; burning.
    • To feel the temperature of enthusiasm; to be animated, as by intense love, zeal, anger, etc.; to rage, as passior.
    • To have the heat of enthusiasm; to be animated, as by intense love, zeal, anger, etc.; to rage, as passior.
    • To have the temperature of enthusiasm; become animated, as by intense love, zeal, fury, etc.; to rage, as passior.
    • To shine with a rigorous or white temperature; to provide forth vivid light and heat; become incandescent.
    • To exhibit a good, brilliant color; to be brilliant, just as if with temperature; to-be bright or purple with heat or animation, with blushes, etc.
    • To feel hot; having a burning sensation, by skin, from friction, exercise, etc.; burning.
    • To have the temperature of passion; is animated, as by intense love, zeal, fury, etc.; to rage, as passior.
  • noun:
    • A light from a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • Brilliance or warmth of shade, especially redness: "the evening radiance associated with the city streets once the sunshine moved behind the tallest homes” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • A sensation of actual heat.
    • A warm experience, as of satisfaction or well being.
    • hawaii of a glowing item.
    • The condition of becoming enthusiastic or having cozy feelings.
    • A light generated by a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • Brilliance or warmth of shade, specially redness: "the night radiance for the city streets when the sun went behind the tallest houses” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • A sensation of physical heat.
    • A warm experience, since pleasure or well being.
    • The state of a glowing item.
    • The brilliance or warmth of shade in a breeding ground or on an individual (especially an individual's face).
    • the healthiness of being enthusiastic or having hot thoughts.
    • White or purple heat; incandscence.
    • Brightness or heat of color; redness; a rosy flush.
    • extreme pleasure or earnestness; vehemence or heat of passion; ardor.
    • temperature of human anatomy; a sensation of warmth, as that generated by workout, etc.
    • Shining heat, or white heat; incandescence.
    • Brightness of shade; brilliant redness: as, the radiance of health within the cheeks.
    • A flush of sensation or feeling, since satisfaction, discomfort, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • the actual quantity of electromagnetic radiation leaving or arriving at a spot on a surface
    • an alert and refreshed condition
    • a feeling of substantial warmth
    • a stable even light without flames
    • light from nonthermal resources
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • the trend of light emission by a body as its temperature is raised
    • The brilliance or heat of color in an environment or on someone (especially your face).
    • White or purple heat; incandscence.
    • Brightness or warmth of shade; redness; a rosy flush.
    • excessive excitement or earnestness; vehemence or heat of passion; ardor.
    • temperature of human anatomy; a sensation of warmth, as that produced by exercise, etc.
    • Shining temperature, or white temperature; incandescence.
    • Brightness of color; vivid redness: as, the radiance of health into the cheeks.
    • A flush of sensation or experience, at the time of satisfaction, discomfort, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • the quantity of electromagnetic radiation making or arriving at a point on a surface
    • an alert and refreshed condition
    • a sense of significant heat
    • a steady even light without flames
    • light from nonthermal sources
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • the sensation of light emission by a body as the heat is raised
    • A light created by a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • Brilliance or warmth of color, specially redness: "the evening shine associated with city streets when the sunshine went behind the tallest homes” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • A sensation of actual heat.
    • A warm feeling, by pleasure or wellbeing.
    • hawaii of a glowing item.
    • the healthiness of being enthusiastic or having hot feelings.
    • A light from a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • A light created by a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • The brilliance or warmth of color in an environment or on people (especially an individual's face).
    • Brilliance or heat of color, particularly redness: "the night glow of this city roads whenever sunlight moved behind the tallest houses” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • Brilliance or warmth of color, especially redness: "the evening glow of the city streets when the sun has gone behind the tallest houses” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • A sensation of actual warmth.
    • A warm experience, since pleasure or well being.
    • A sensation of actual heat.
    • A warm sensation, as of pleasure or well being.
    • White or red temperature; incandscence.
    • Brightness or warmth of color; redness; a rosy flush.
    • excessive pleasure or earnestness; vehemence or temperature of enthusiasm; ardor.
    • Heat of human body; a sensation of heat, as that generated by exercise, etc.
    • their state of a glowing object.
    • the health of becoming passionate or having cozy feelings.
    • The brilliance or warmth of shade in a host or on you (especially one's face).
    • A light from a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • Brilliance or warmth of shade, particularly redness: "the evening radiance regarding the town roads when the sunlight has gone behind the tallest homes” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • White or purple heat; incandscence.
    • A sensation of actual warmth.
    • Brightness or warmth of shade; redness; a rosy flush.
    • A warm feeling, as of satisfaction or well-being.
    • intensive excitement or earnestness; vehemence or heat of passion; ardor.
    • temperature of human anatomy; a sensation of warmth, as that made by exercise, etc.
    • Shining temperature, or white temperature; incandescence.
    • The state of a glowing item.
    • Brightness of color; brilliant redness: because, the radiance of health inside cheeks.
    • The condition of being enthusiastic or having warm emotions.
    • The brilliance or warmth of shade in a host or on someone (especially an individual's face).
    • A flush of sensation or feeling, by enjoyment, discomfort, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • A light from a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • the quantity of electromagnetic radiation making or reaching a place on a surface
    • The state of a glowing item.
    • Brilliance or heat of shade, especially redness: "the night shine of city roads whenever sunlight moved behind the tallest homes” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • an alert and refreshed state
    • A light produced by a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • A sensation of real warmth.
    • The condition of becoming passionate or having warm emotions.
    • a feeling of significant warmth
    • Brilliance or warmth of color, especially redness: "the evening glow of the city streets when the sun has gone behind the tallest houses” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • A warm feeling, at the time of satisfaction or well-being.
    • A sensation of actual heat.
    • The brilliance or heat of color in an environment or on an individual (especially your face).
    • A light made by a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • a reliable even light without flames
    • White or red heat; incandscence.
    • A light from a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • Shining temperature, or white heat; incandescence.
    • A light created by a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • Brilliance or warmth of color, especially redness: "the evening glow of the city streets when the sun has gone behind the tallest houses” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • A warm feeling, at the time of enjoyment or wellbeing.
    • Brilliance or warmth of color, particularly redness: "the evening radiance associated with the town streets as soon as the sun has gone behind the tallest homes” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • light from nonthermal resources
    • Brilliance or heat of color, specially redness: "the night glow of city streets as soon as the sun has gone behind the tallest houses” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • Brightness or warmth of shade; redness; a rosy flush.
    • Brightness of shade; brilliant redness: because, the shine of wellness in the cheeks.
    • A flush of feeling or feeling, at the time of enjoyment, pain, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • A sensation of real warmth.
    • A light from a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
    • intensive excitement or earnestness; vehemence or heat of enthusiasm; ardor.
    • A sensation of actual heat.
    • A sensation of physical warmth.
    • A warm experience, by enjoyment or well being.
    • A warm sensation, at the time of enjoyment or well-being.
    • Brilliance or heat of shade, particularly redness: "the evening radiance associated with the city streets when the sunshine has gone behind the tallest houses” ( Seán O'Faoláin).
    • Heat of human body; a sensation of warmth, as that produced by workout, etc.
    • A warm feeling, by satisfaction or wellbeing.
    • the amount of electromagnetic radiation making or arriving at a spot on a surface
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • an alert and refreshed condition
    • A sensation of physical heat.
    • the trend of light emission by a body as its heat is raised
    • A warm sensation, by satisfaction or wellbeing.
    • a sense of considerable warmth
    • The state of a glowing item.
    • a stable also light without flames
    • the healthiness of being passionate or having warm thoughts.
    • their state of a glowing item.
    • The brilliance or warmth of shade in an environment or on one (especially an individual's face).
    • light from nonthermal sources
    • White or purple heat; incandscence.
    • the healthiness of becoming enthusiastic or having warm thoughts.
    • hawaii of a glowing object.
    • hawaii of a glowing object.
    • their state of a glowing item.
    • Brightness or heat of shade; redness; a rosy flush.
    • The brilliance or heat of color in a breeding ground or on someone (especially one's face).
    • the health of becoming passionate or having warm thoughts.
    • intensive excitement or earnestness; vehemence or heat of enthusiasm; ardor.
    • The condition of becoming passionate or having cozy emotions.
    • The condition of being passionate or having cozy feelings.
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • The brilliance or warmth of shade in an environment or on an individual (especially one's face).
    • Heat of human anatomy; a sensation of warmth, as that generated by workout, etc.
    • The brilliance or heat of shade in a host or on people (especially a person's face).
    • The brilliance or warmth of shade in a breeding ground or on someone (especially a person's face).
    • the occurrence of light emission by a body as the heat is raised
    • White or red heat; incandscence.
    • Shining heat, or white temperature; incandescence.
    • White or purple temperature; incandscence.
    • Brightness or warmth of shade; redness; a rosy flush.
    • Intense excitement or earnestness; vehemence or heat of passion; ardor.
    • Brightness or warmth of shade; redness; a rosy flush.
    • their state of a glowing object.
    • Brightness of shade; brilliant redness: because, the glow of wellness inside cheeks.
    • Heat of human body; a sensation of heat, as that created by workout, etc.
    • The condition of becoming passionate or having hot feelings.
    • A flush of feeling or experience, at the time of pleasure, discomfort, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • intensive pleasure or earnestness; vehemence or heat of passion; ardor.
    • White or purple heat; incandscence.
    • The brilliance or warmth of shade in a host or on an individual (especially your face).
    • White or red heat; incandscence.
    • the quantity of electromagnetic radiation leaving or coming to a point on a surface
    • White or purple temperature; incandscence.
    • Brightness or warmth of color; redness; a rosy flush.
    • Brightness or heat of color; redness; a rosy flush.
    • an alert and refreshed state
    • Heat of human body; a sensation of heat, as that generated by exercise, etc.
    • Intense excitement or earnestness; vehemence or temperature of enthusiasm; ardor.
    • intensive excitement or earnestness; vehemence or heat of passion; ardor.
    • a feeling of substantial heat
    • Shining heat, or white heat; incandescence.
    • temperature of human anatomy; a sensation of heat, as that created by workout, etc.
    • a steady even light without flames
    • Brightness of color; vivid redness: because, the glow of health in cheeks.
    • A flush of feeling or sensation, at the time of pleasure, discomfort, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • Brightness or warmth of color; redness; a rosy flush.
    • White or purple temperature; incandscence.
    • extreme excitement or earnestness; vehemence or temperature of passion; ardor.
    • Brightness or heat of shade; redness; a rosy flush.
    • the quantity of electromagnetic radiation making or coming to a spot on a surface
    • temperature of body; a sensation of warmth, as that from workout, etc.
    • intensive excitement or earnestness; vehemence or temperature of passion; ardor.
    • an alert and refreshed condition
    • temperature of human anatomy; a sensation of heat, as that from workout, etc.
    • a sense of considerable warmth
    • Shining temperature, or white heat; incandescence.
    • a stable even light without flames
    • Brightness of shade; brilliant redness: since, the glow of wellness within the cheeks.
    • A flush of feeling or sensation, since satisfaction, discomfort, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • light from nonthermal resources
    • light from nonthermal sources
    • Shining heat, or white temperature; incandescence.
    • Shining temperature, or white temperature; incandescence.
    • Brightness of shade; vivid redness: because, the glow of health within the cheeks.
    • the actual quantity of electromagnetic radiation leaving or coming to a place on a surface
    • A flush of feeling or experience, since enjoyment, pain, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • an alert and refreshed state
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • a sense of substantial heat
    • the actual quantity of electromagnetic radiation making or coming to a place on a surface
    • a steady also light without flames
    • the phenomenon of light emission by a body as its heat is raised
    • an alert and refreshed state
    • Heat of human anatomy; a sensation of warmth, as that produced by workout, etc.
    • the trend of light emission by a body as the heat is raised
    • Brightness of color; vivid redness: since, the radiance of health inside cheeks.
    • Shining temperature, or white heat; incandescence.
    • a feeling of substantial heat
    • A flush of sensation or sensation, since enjoyment, pain, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • a reliable also light without flames
    • Brightness of shade; vivid redness: as, the shine of wellness when you look at the cheeks.
    • light from nonthermal sources
    • A flush of sensation or feeling, since pleasure, pain, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • the total amount of electromagnetic radiation making or coming to a spot on a surface
    • light from nonthermal sources
    • an alert and refreshed state
    • Shining heat, or white heat; incandescence.
    • a feeling of considerable heat
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • Brightness of shade; brilliant redness: because, the radiance of wellness when you look at the cheeks.
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • a stable also light without flames
    • the total amount of electromagnetic radiation making or arriving at a point on a surface
    • A flush of feeling or feeling, since pleasure, pain, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • an alert and refreshed state
    • the sensation of light emission by a body as its temperature is raised
    • light from nonthermal resources
    • a sense of substantial heat
    • Shining heat, or white heat; incandescence.
    • the quantity of electromagnetic radiation leaving or reaching a place on a surface
    • a reliable also light without flames
    • Brightness of shade; vivid redness: because, the glow of health into the cheeks.
    • an alert and refreshed state
    • the sensation of light emission by a body as its heat is raised
    • A flush of sensation or feeling, since pleasure, pain, etc.; ardor; vehemence.
    • a sense of considerable heat
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • light from nonthermal resources
    • a steady even light without flames
    • the amount of electromagnetic radiation making or arriving at a point on a surface
    • an alert and refreshed state
    • light from nonthermal resources
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • a sense of significant warmth
    • a stable even light without flames
    • the event of light emission by a body as the temperature is raised
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • light from nonthermal sources
    • the trend of light emission by a human anatomy as its heat is raised
    • the trend of light emission by a body as the temperature is raised
    • an appearance of reflected light
    • the sensation of light emission by a body as its heat is raised
  • verb:
    • To give off light from heat or even give off light as if heated.
    • To radiate some psychological quality like light.
    • To gaze particularly passionately at one thing.
    • To radiate thermal heat.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • To sweat
    • to provide off light from heat or even produce light as if heated.
    • To radiate some psychological quality like light.
    • To gaze specifically passionately at some thing.
    • To radiate thermal heat.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • To sweat
    • shine extremely, like with heat
    • emit a steady also light without flames
    • have a complexion with a solid brilliant color, particularly purple or pink
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • experience a feeling of well-being or delight, as from health or an intense emotion
    • shine extremely, just as if with temperature
    • emit a steady even light without flames
    • have a complexion with a powerful bright color, such as for example red or green
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • experience a feeling of well-being or glee, as from good health or an intense feeling
    • to provide down light from heat or to produce light like heated.
    • To radiate some psychological high quality like light.
    • To gaze specifically passionately at one thing.
    • To radiate thermal heat.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • To sweat
    • to provide off light from temperature or even to produce light like heated.
    • To radiate some psychological quality like light.
    • To gaze particularly passionately at something.
    • To radiate thermal temperature.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • To sweat
    • to offer down light from temperature or even produce light as though heated.
    • To radiate some emotional quality like light.
    • To gaze specially passionately at anything.
    • To radiate thermal heat.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • To give down light from heat or to give off light just as if heated.
    • To sweat
    • To radiate some emotional high quality like light.
    • To gaze especially passionately at something.
    • To radiate thermal temperature.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • shine extremely, like with temperature
    • To sweat
    • to offer off light from temperature or even give off light like heated.
    • give off a reliable also light without flames
    • To radiate some psychological high quality like light.
    • To gaze specially passionately at something.
    • have actually a complexion with a stronger brilliant color, particularly red or red
    • to provide off light from heat or even emit light just as if heated.
    • shine intensely, as though with temperature
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • To radiate thermal temperature.
    • To radiate some psychological quality like light.
    • to provide off light from heat or to give off light like heated.
    • to offer off light from heat or to produce light as if heated.
    • to offer down light from heat or even give off light just as if heated.
    • To radiate some mental high quality like light.
    • experience a sense of well-being or delight, as from health or an intense feeling
    • To gaze particularly passionately at anything.
    • To radiate some mental high quality like light.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • To gaze particularly passionately at some thing.
    • To sweat
    • To radiate thermal temperature.
    • To gaze particularly passionately at something.
    • To radiate some psychological high quality like light.
    • To radiate thermal temperature.
    • To gaze specifically passionately at some thing.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • To radiate thermal temperature.
    • To give down light from heat or even to emit light like heated.
    • To sweat
    • give off a steady also light without flames
    • To radiate thermal temperature.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • To radiate some mental high quality like light.
    • To sweat
    • To sweat
    • To sweat
    • have actually a skin with a good bright shade, like red or red
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • To gaze especially passionately at anything.
    • experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from health or a powerful emotion
    • To radiate thermal heat.
    • To shine brightly and steadily.
    • To sweat
    • shine intensely, like with temperature
    • give off a steady also light without flames
    • shine intensely, as if with temperature
    • emit a stable even light without flames
    • have actually a complexion with a solid bright shade, such red or red
    • shine intensely, as if with heat
    • have actually a complexion with a good brilliant color, such red or green
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • shine extremely, as though with heat
    • knowledge a feeling of well-being or pleasure, as from a healthy body or a rigorous emotion
    • knowledge a sense of well-being or glee, as from good health or a rigorous feeling
    • give off a steady even light without flames
    • give off a stable also light without flames
    • shine intensely, just as if with heat
    • have a complexion with a very good bright shade, such as for example red or pink
    • have a complexion with a stronger brilliant shade, such as for instance purple or red
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • shine extremely, just as if with temperature
    • knowledge a sense of well-being or delight, as from a healthy body or a powerful emotion
    • emit a stable also light without flames
    • shine intensely, just as if with temperature
    • have a complexion with a solid brilliant shade, such as for instance red or green
    • knowledge a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or a powerful emotion
    • emit a stable also light without flames
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • shine extremely, just as if with heat
    • have actually a complexion with a solid bright shade, eg purple or red
    • give off a steady also light without flames
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • have a complexion with a strong bright color, such as red or pink
    • knowledge a feeling of well-being or joy, as from a healthy body or a rigorous emotion
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • emit a reliable even light without flames
    • knowledge a feeling of well-being or pleasure, as from a healthy body or an intense emotion
    • knowledge a feeling of well-being or pleasure, as from health or a rigorous emotion
    • have a complexion with a very good brilliant shade, such as for instance red or green
    • be exuberant or high-spirited
    • knowledge a feeling of well-being or joy, as from health or a rigorous feeling
  • verb-transitive:
    • In order to make hot; to flush.
    • to create hot; to flush.
    • to produce hot; to flush.
    • To make hot; to flush.
    • to create hot; to flush.
    • to produce hot; to flush.
    • to produce hot; to flush.
    • to help make hot; to flush.
    • To make hot; to flush.
    • In order to make hot; to flush.
    • In order to make hot; to flush.
    • In order to make hot; to flush.
  • others:
    • To burn with a powerful temperature, specially without fire; provide forth bright light as well as heat; be incandescent.
    • ergo To radiate temperature and light in a marked level; appear incandescent; be very brilliant and hot.
    • To feel an even more or less intense feeling of heat; be hot, as epidermis; have a burning sensation.
    • To exhibit a good brilliant shade; be lustrously red or brilliant; shine clearly.
    • To feel the temperature of enthusiasm; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, anger, or the love.
    • To be intense or vehement; have or exhibit power, ardor, or cartoon.
    • To look with amazement.
    • To heat up so as to create color or brilliancy; create a flush inside.
    • burning with a rigorous temperature, specially without fire; provide forth brilliant light and heat; be incandescent.
    • thus To radiate heat and light in a marked level; appear incandescent; be very brilliant and hot.
    • To feel an even more or less intense feeling of temperature; be hot, while the epidermis; have a burning sensation.
    • To exhibit a stronger brilliant shade; be lustrously purple or brilliant; shine clearly.
    • To have the heat of passion; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, fury, or perhaps the like.
    • become intense or vehement; have or exhibit power, ardor, or animation.
    • To look with amazement.
    • To heat to be able to produce color or brilliancy; produce a flush inside.
    • To burn with a powerful heat, specially without flame; offer forth brilliant light as well as heat; be incandescent.
    • Hence To radiate temperature and light in a marked degree; appear incandescent; be very brilliant and hot.
    • To feel a more or less intense feeling of heat; be hot, since the skin; have a burning feeling.
    • showing a stronger bright color; be lustrously red or brilliant; shine vividly.
    • To feel the temperature of passion; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, fury, or perhaps the want.
    • become intense or vehement; have or exhibit power, ardor, or cartoon.
    • To stare with amazement.
    • To heat up in order to create shade or brilliancy; create a flush in.
    • burning with a powerful temperature, specially without fire; give forth bright light as well as heat; be incandescent.
    • Hence To radiate temperature and light in a marked degree; appear incandescent; be very brilliant and hot.
    • To feel a more or less intense sensation of temperature; be hot, once the epidermis; have a burning sensation.
    • showing a strong bright color; be lustrously red or brilliant; shine vividly.
    • To feel the heat of passion; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, anger, or the want.
    • become intense or vehement; have or show power, ardor, or cartoon.
    • To stare with amazement.
    • To heat so as to produce color or brilliancy; produce a flush inside.
    • burning with a rigorous temperature, specifically without fire; offer forth bright light and heat; be incandescent.
    • thus To radiate temperature and light in a marked level; appear incandescent; be really brilliant and hot.
    • To feel an even more or less intense feeling of heat; be hot, while the epidermis; have a burning feeling.
    • To exhibit a very good brilliant color; be lustrously purple or brilliant; shine clearly.
    • To feel the heat of enthusiasm; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, anger, or perhaps the love.
    • To burn with a rigorous temperature, specially without fire; give forth brilliant light and heat; be incandescent.
    • To be intense or vehement; have or show force, ardor, or cartoon.
    • For this reason To radiate heat and light in a marked level; appear incandescent; be extremely bright and hot.
    • To stare with amazement.
    • To feel a more or less intense sensation of heat; be hot, since the skin; have a burning feeling.
    • To heat in order to produce shade or brilliancy; produce a flush in.
    • showing a stronger bright color; be lustrously red or brilliant; shine clearly.
    • To have the heat of enthusiasm; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, fury, or the love.
    • To be intense or vehement; have or exhibit power, ardor, or animation.
    • burning with a powerful heat, specifically without flame; offer forth bright light as well as heat; be incandescent.
    • To look with amazement.
    • To warm in order to create shade or brilliancy; create a flush inside.
    • ergo To radiate temperature and light in a marked level; appear incandescent; be extremely brilliant and hot.
    • To burn with a powerful heat, especially without flame; provide forth bright light and heat; be incandescent.
    • To feel an even more or less intense feeling of heat; be hot, while the skin; have a burning sensation.
    • therefore To radiate temperature and light in a marked degree; appear incandescent; be extremely bright and hot.
    • to demonstrate a stronger bright color; be lustrously purple or brilliant; shine clearly.
    • To feel a more or less intense feeling of temperature; be hot, as the epidermis; have a burning feeling.
    • To burn with an intense heat, specially without fire; give forth bright light as well as heat; be incandescent.
    • To feel the heat of enthusiasm; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, anger, or the like.
    • ergo To radiate temperature and light in a marked degree; appear incandescent; be very bright and hot.
    • become intense or vehement; have or display force, ardor, or animation.
    • To exhibit a stronger brilliant color; be lustrously purple or brilliant; shine vividly.
    • To look with amazement.
    • To have the temperature of enthusiasm; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, fury, or perhaps the love.
    • To feel a far more or less intense sensation of temperature; be hot, given that skin; have a burning feeling.
    • showing a stronger bright color; be lustrously red or brilliant; shine clearly.
    • To be intense or vehement; have or show power, ardor, or cartoon.
    • To heat to be able to create color or brilliancy; produce a flush inside.
    • To have the temperature of passion; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, fury, or the love.
    • To stare with amazement.
    • becoming intense or vehement; have or exhibit power, ardor, or cartoon.
    • To burn with a rigorous temperature, particularly without flame; provide forth brilliant light and heat; be incandescent.
    • To stare with amazement.
    • Hence To radiate temperature and light in a marked level; appear incandescent; be extremely brilliant and hot.
    • To heat up in order to create color or brilliancy; create a flush inside.
    • To heat up in order to produce shade or brilliancy; create a flush inside.
    • To feel a far more or less intense sensation of temperature; be hot, while the epidermis; have a burning feeling.
    • To burn with a rigorous temperature, specifically without fire; offer forth brilliant light and heat; be incandescent.
    • showing a very good brilliant shade; be lustrously purple or brilliant; shine clearly.
    • therefore To radiate temperature and light in a marked degree; appear incandescent; be extremely bright and hot.
    • To feel the heat of passion; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, fury, and/or love.
    • become intense or vehement; have or display force, ardor, or cartoon.
    • To feel a far more or less intense feeling of temperature; be hot, given that epidermis; have a burning sensation.
    • To look with amazement.
    • To heat so as to create color or brilliancy; produce a flush inside.
    • to demonstrate a powerful bright color; be lustrously red or brilliant; shine vividly.
    • burning with an intense heat, specially without flame; give forth brilliant light as well as heat; be incandescent.
    • To feel the heat of enthusiasm; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, fury, or even the want.
    • thus To radiate heat and light in a marked degree; appear incandescent; be extremely brilliant and hot.
    • To feel a far more or less intense sensation of temperature; be hot, due to the fact skin; have a burning feeling.
    • becoming intense or vehement; have or display force, ardor, or animation.
    • showing a very good brilliant shade; be lustrously purple or brilliant; shine clearly.
    • To look with amazement.
    • To heat in order to produce color or brilliancy; create a flush inside.
    • To have the temperature of enthusiasm; be ardent; be animated by intense love, zeal, fury, and/or like.
    • becoming intense or vehement; have or show force, ardor, or animation.
    • To look with amazement.
    • To heat up to be able to produce shade or brilliancy; create a flush in.

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