Synonyms of incandescent in English:


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1‘incandescent fragments of lava’

white-hot, intensely hot, red-hot, burning, fiery, on fire, blazing, ablaze, aflame
glowing, aglow, radiant, bright, brilliant, dazzling, shining, luminous, gleaming
informal glowy
literary fervid, ardent, rutilant, lucent, candescent
archaic fervent

2‘the minister was said to be incandescent’

furious, enraged, raging, very angry, incensed, seething, infuriated, fuming, boiling, inflamed, irate, wrathful, in a temper, beside oneself
in high dudgeon, indignant, outraged
informal livid, hot under the collar, up in arms, foaming at the mouth, mad, hopping mad, wild, apoplectic, riled, aerated, on the warpath, steamed up, in a lather, fit to be tied, up the wall
British informal as cross as two sticks, in a paddy
North American informal bent out of shape, soreheaded
Australian, New Zealand informal ropeable, snaky, crook
West Indian informal vex
British informal, dated in a bate
literary ireful, wroth