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  • 3 Lucent — Lu cent, a. [L. lucens, p. pr. of lucere to shine, fr. lux, lucis, light.] Shining; bright; resplendent. The sun s lucent orb. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4 lucent — index lucid Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 5 lucent — (adj.) mid 15c., shining, bright, luminous, from L. lucentem (nom. lucens), prp. of lucere to shine (see LIGHT (Cf. light) (n.)). Meaning lucid, clear is from 1820. Related: Lucently …

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  • 6 lucent — *bright, brilliant, radiant, luminous, lustrous, effulgent, refulgent, beaming, lambent, incandescent Analogous words: glowing, blazing, flaming (see BLAZE vb): *splendid, resplendent, glorious …

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  • 7 lucent — ► ADJECTIVE literary ▪ shining. DERIVATIVES lucency noun. ORIGIN from Latin lucere shine …

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  • 8 lucent — [lo͞o′sənt] adj. [L lucens, prp. of lucere, to shine: see LIGHT1] 1. giving off light; shining 2. translucent or clear lucency n. lucently adv …

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  • 9 lucent — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin lucent , lucens, present participle of lucēre to shine more at light Date: 15th century 1. glowing with light ; luminous 2. marked by clarity or translucence ; clear • lucently adverb …

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  • 10 lucent — lucency; Rare, lucence, n. lucently, adv. /looh seuhnt/, adj. 1. shining. 2. translucent; clear. [1490 1500; < L lucent (s. of lucens), prp. of lucere to shine. See LUCID, ENT] * * * …

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  • 11 lucent — adjective /ˈluːsənt/ a) Emitting light; shining, luminous. her dilated eyes fixed with a horror stricken fascination upon the pygmy burial ground, in that broad, lucent expanse of the yellow moonlight which was still streaming through the… …

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  • 12 lucent — Bright; clear; translucent. [L. luceo, to shine] * * * lu·cent lüs ənt adj 1) glowing with light 2) marked by clarity or translucence <a lucent membrane> see RADIOLUCENT …

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  • 13 lucent — [ lu:s(ə)nt] adjective literary shining. Derivatives lucency noun Origin ME: from L. lucent , lucere (see lucid) …

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  • 14 lucent — lu•cent [[t]ˈlu sənt[/t]] adj. 1) shining with light 2) translucent; clear • Etymology: 1490–1500; < L lūcent , s. of lūcēns, prp. of lūcēre to shine; see lucid lu′cen•cy, n. lu′cent•ly, adv …

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  • 15 lucent — Synonyms and related words: beaming, bright, brilliant, clear, clear cut, crystal, effulgent, fulgent, incandescent, lambent, luminous, pellucid, radiant, refulgent, translucent, transparent, transpicuous, unambiguous …

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  • 16 lucent — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Giving off or reflecting light readily or in large amounts: beamy, bright, brilliant, effulgent, incandescent, irradiant, lambent, luminous, lustrous, radiant, refulgent, shiny. See LIGHT …

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  • 17 lucent — lu·cent || luːsnt adj. shining, gleaming; translucent …

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  • 18 lucent — a. Shining, bright, resplendent, brilliant, glittering, beaming, luminous, effulgent …

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  • 19 lucent — lu·cent …

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  • 20 lucent — /ˈlusənt/ (say loohsuhnt) adjective Rare 1. shining. 2. transparent. {Latin lūcens, present participle, shining} –lucence, lucency, noun …

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