Definition of effulgence in English:

effulgence

noun

literary

See effulgent

  • ‘It is not surprising that the majority of authors represented here experienced some form of exile during their lives, a radical disruption from the norm that allowed the effulgence of the black light to illuminate their work.’
  • ‘There was also light, an effulgence of light reverberating through every aspect of my being.’
  • ‘Her body seemed smaller in the sudden effulgence.’
  • ‘The verses rolled over the waters and across the reflection of the moon now in its full effulgence.’
  • ‘The first lamp symbolizes divine effulgence, while the other lighted lamps represent the light in individual hearts.’

Pronunciation

effulgence

/ɪˈfʌldʒ(ə)ns/