Examples of effulgence
<the exceptional effulgence of the harvest moon is always a striking sight>
Origin of effulgence
Late Latin effulgentia, from Latin effulgent-, effulgens, present participle of effulgēre to shine forth, from ex- + fulgēre to shine — more at fulgent
First Known Use: 1667
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