(adjective) playing lightly on or over a surface; flickering / (adjective) softly bright or radiant / (adjective) marked by lightness or brilliance especially of expression
Imagine lying there beneath such a pendulous chandelier of lambent gloom
The speck was in his mind, and his mind was now lambent with rationality at all hours.
a lambent static only the trained adman's sticky ear can trap
wondered then how eyes of men could grow so lambent, sinister, so educated among the halls of dread and the invisible
the intermittent birdsong, the lambent washes of subdued strings and synth, the shifts in atmosphere
the only glimmer the lambent marshlight of our flesh as we gesture towards difference
And but you can feel this false 'perspective,' these lambent, tourist-bringing-his-own-water attitudes Elvis got boycotted in the 50s for promoting lewdness and negritude.
The shadows moved about him but he sat unmoving as Annares rose above the alien hills at her full, mottled dun and bluish-white, lambent. The light of his world filled his empty hands.
the more i see this word, the more i like it
They spend lambent, warm afternoons sequestered in quiet rooms.
on writers. god i love this word
To cast Johansson as the film’s voice is as perfect as casting Phoenix — whose lambent eyes, cleft-lip scar, and tendency to shy lend him an almost equine grace — as its face
There were old bodies and young bodies, men and women, their limbs tanned and lambent with perspiration.