glow

  • 21glow — al·pen·glow; coun·ter·glow; glow; glow·er·ing·ly; re·glow; day·glow; glow·er; glow·ing·ly; …

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  • 22glow — 1 noun (singular) 1 a soft steady light, especially from something that is burning without flames: The glow from the dying fire lit his face. | the glow of city lights on the horizon 2 brightness of colour, especially colours like red and orange …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 23Glow — Der Ausdruck Glow (engl. „Glühen“) bezeichnet: eine deutsche Rockband, siehe Glow (Band) eine gemeinsame Standortförderung verschiedener Gemeinden des Glatttals im Bezirk Bülach und im Bezirk Dielsdorf unter dem Namen glow. das Glattal, siehe… …

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  • 24glow — to burn without a flame. Also see flame glow plug open coil glow plug open element glow plug pencil type glow plug …

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • 25GLOW — Das Glatttal (Schreibweise bis 1998 Glattal) ist eine Region nördlich der Stadt Zürich im Schweizer Kanton Zürich. Es umfasst das Gebiet zwischen dem Greifensee und Glattfelden, das vom Fluss Glatt, einem Nebenfluss des Rheins, durchflossen wird …

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  • 26glow — Synonyms and related words: Hygeia, ablate, activity, afterglow, air glow, alpenglow, animation, ardency, ardor, attractiveness, aurora, bake, be bright, be in heat, be somebody, be something, beacon, beam, beauteousness, beautifulness, beauty,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 27glow — [OE] Glow comes ultimately from Indo European *ghlō , in which the ghl seems originally to have had some sort of symbolic function, as if directly representing the notion of ‘brightness, shining’ in speech. Its Germanic descendant *glō produced… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 28glow — 1. verb 1) lights glowed from the windows Syn: shine, radiate, gleam, glimmer, flicker, flare; luminesce 2) a fire glowed in the hearth Syn: radiate heat, smolder, burn 3) …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 29glow — /gloʊ / (say gloh) noun 1. light emitted by a substance heated to luminosity; incandescence. 2. brightness of colour. 3. a state of bodily heat. 4. warmth of emotion or passion; ardour. –adjective 5. lit up by chemiluminescence: a glow necklace;… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 30glow — [OE] Glow comes ultimately from Indo European *ghlō , in which the ghl seems originally to have had some sort of symbolic function, as if directly representing the notion of ‘brightness, shining’ in speech. Its Germanic descendant *glō produced… …

    Word origins

  • 31glow — v. & n. v.intr. 1 a throw out light and heat without flame; be incandescent. b shine like something heated in this way. 2 (of the cheeks) redden, esp. from cold or exercise. 3 (often foll. by with) a (of the body) be heated, esp. from exertion;… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 32glow — I. intransitive verb Etymology: Middle English, from Old English glōwan; akin to Old English geolu yellow more at yellow Date: before 12th century 1. a. to shine with or as if with an intense heat < embers glowing in the darkness > b. (1) to have …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 33glow — [gləʊ] verb [I] I 1) to shine with a soft warm light The tip of a cigarette glowed in the darkness.[/ex] 2) to show that you are happy She glowed with satisfaction.[/ex] 3) if your face or body is glowing, it looks pink or red, for example&#8230; …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 34glow — [[t]gloʊ[/t]] n. 1) a light emitted by or as if by a substance heated to luminosity; incandescence: the glow of coals in the fireplace[/ex] 2) brightness of color 3) a sensation or state of bodily heat 4) a warm, ruddy color of the cheeks 5)&#8230; …

    From formal English to slang

  • 35glow — n. a mild state of drug or alcohol intoxication. □ She had a nice glow, but was by no means stewed. □ What was supposed to be a nice glow turned out to be a terrifying hallucination …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 36glow — /gloh/, n. 1. a light emitted by or as if by a substance heated to luminosity; incandescence. 2. brightness of color. 3. a sensation or state of bodily heat. 4. a warm, ruddy color of the cheeks. 5. warmth of emotion or passion; ardor. v.i. 6. to …

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  • 37glow on — See a glow on …

    English idioms

  • 38glow on —    a state of mild drunkenness    The result of the associated sweating and perhaps alluding to the feeling of exhilaration:     I didn t feel like getting a glow on. Either I would get really stiff or stay sober. (Chandler, 1953) …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 39glow — verb 1》 give out steady light without flame.     ↘have an intense colour and a slight shine. 2》 convey deep pleasure through one s expression and bearing.     ↘[as adjective glowing] expressing great praise. noun 1》 a steady radiance of light or&#8230; …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 40glow — n 1. subdued light, glowing, afterglow; incandescence, luminosity, phosphorescence; luster, shine, iridescence; splendor, brilliance, radiance, reful gency, effulgence; illumination, flash, glare, beam, ray, shaft; streak, patch, coruscation,&#8230; …

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