Definition of 'glowing'
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At night the gases release a glowing ethereal light, usually a green colour because of the oxygen. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Way above in the upper atmosphere, ripples of glowing light were spotted tracking across the sky in tandem with the tsunami below. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Led by a tribe of beautiful young women with glowing skin and hundreds of thousands of online followers, clean eating has gone mainstream. The Sun (2016)Double cleansing: the secret to glowing skin, or a conspiracy to fleece us? Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is, supposedly, the glowing light which induces the nerves. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For the rest of the day, my skin is glowing and I feel full beans. The Sun (2016)It's not often that you go on holiday and come back with not just a tan but a flatter stomach, glowing skin and glutes of steel. Times, Sunday Times (2017)When a trainer of his experience talks in such glowing terms it pays to take note. The Sun (2015)He also gave her a glowing reference. The Sun (2013)Some witness reports are specific about seeing glowing lights. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then the glowing reviews began piling up. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This dark orange paste draws out impurities to leave skin fresh and glowing. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Successful pastors in large churches read this glowing report and saw no challenge. Christianity Today (2000)But she was not dazzled by the glowing tributes paid to her then. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The element that is most consistent throughout his work is his glowing sense of colour. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They spoke of it in glowing terms. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Mysterious glowing lights are sometimes seen in the sky before earthquakes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Four years on and the hotel has received glowing reviews. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Doubles up as a face mask and leaves skin fresh and glowing. The Sun (2009)Most will come home with glowing reports about their food and hospitality. The Sun (2010)Parents speak of her in glowing terms. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It had no wings but a glowing orange light underneath it. The Sun (2011)And for centuries it has been said to purge toxins from the body and give a glowing complexion. The Sun (2014)It was a glowing reference but maybe designed to butter up his opponent and take his edge away. The Sun (2012)Wake up with a glowing complexion. The Sun (2009)You might feel warm and glowing, but watch your money. The Sun (2016)They are a source of immense, glowing pride. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The scent of bare, glowing skin warmed by the heat of the body. The Sun (2006)BRITAIN'S brilliant and unexpected Olympic triumph left us all glowing with pride and delight. The Sun (2012)The media and self-help books abound with glowing references to its magical powers. MAKING HAPPY PEOPLE (2005)At one point Hall begs me not to write about his glowing tributes because it will embarrass the recipients. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Perhaps curiosity might have conquered resentment, if Beth had not been there to inquire and receive a glowing description of the play. Little Women (1869)
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Translations for 'glowing'
British English: glowing ADJECTIVE
A glowing description or opinion about someone or something praises them highly or supports them strongly.
The media has been speaking in glowing terms of the relationship between the two countries.
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