Definition of 'glow'
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She has shed more than half her body weight and is glowing with health and happiness. The Sun (2016)My clothes are all too big, my skin glows and I feel strong and bouncy. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Honestly, I glow with pride to see my genes being passed down the line so successfully. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Swap the smoky eyes for a golden glow. The Sun (2012)This light serum instantly gave my skin a healthy glow. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This is the milky white glow the sun emits when the conditions are right. The Sun (2015) Colour glows almost eerily in their luminous expanses. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Continue until you feel a warm glow all over the body. The Hayfever Handbook - a summer survival guide (1988)My face had a glow and was definitely feeling smoother. The Sun (2013)Enemy snipers were just waiting to aim at the glow of a cigarette end. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Its exhausts glowed brighter and brighter as the angle narrowed and he was right ahead of them. BomberYou suck on them and they glow red. Times, Sunday Times (2013)These signs were constructed from tubes glowing with electric light. Anti-Ice (1993)Whole regions glowed with health and prosperity. Christianity Today (2000)What can your pets do that makes you glow with pride? The Sun (2012)Down below the countryside receded to a dull red glow. A Time of War (1993)In the low winter sunlight they glowed like little fires. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Jupiter gives you a golden glow of optimism and this helps keep promises. The Sun (2010)The massaging action will boost the circulation to your skin giving it a healthy glow. The Sun (2010)They are golden and seem to glow in the sun. Times, Sunday Times (2006)My face glowed without looking glittery or greasy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They use paint that absorbs light during the day and glows for up to ten hours at night. The Sun (2014)See health as an energy which glows, and feel the golden glow of health and energy. The Beat Fatigue Workbook - how to identify the causes (1988)I wanted those rich colours to glow out against the pale stone of the cathedral. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Now his complexion once more glowed a leathery bronze, and at midday he did away with a hearty meal. THE WOLF AND THE DOVELasting one hour and 45 minutes, it is designed to leave the complexion glowing and the client relaxed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'glow'
British English: glow NOUN
A glow is a dull, steady light, for example the light produced by a fire when there are no flames.
She saw the red glow of a fire.
British English: glow VERB
If something glows, it produces a dull, steady light.
The night lantern glowed softly in the darkness.
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