Examples of aglow in a Sentence
The lights of the city were aglow in the distance.
The room was aglow with candlelight.
The children were aglow with excitement.
The town was aglow with pride.
Recent Examples of aglow from the Web
Money money: The Financial District was all aglow as Compass Family Services held its annual benefit for homeless children and families.
Next to the faultlessly regal pyramids of Egypt, the Tron section was aglow in neon, which offered ample shadow and backlight for all sorts of secret activities.
Daffodil Hill is a 7-acre hillside garden usually aglow in early spring with hundreds of thousands of blooms.
Professors are weary of looking out over a sea of laptops, with students’ faces aglow from who knows what.
Beginning sundown Wednesday and continuing through Thursday, those in Cincinnati will be able to see the female symbol aglow upon the buildings of 84.51, Columbia Plaza, Kroger and Procter & Gamble.
Beyond, in the Pine Creek watershed and slopes leading up past Castle Rocks, the hills were aglow in greens, with the oaks leafing out in fresh lime green buds.
Seated beside a fireplace, the center aglow with a decorative space heater, I was pleasantly warmed.
But, back up on the sixth floor, there's something aglow in the new Turn Bar and Kitchen.
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AGLOW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aglow for English Language Learners
: glowing with light or color
: very excited or happy : feeling or showing excitement and happiness
AGLOW Defined for Kids
Definition of aglow for Students
- The room was aglow with candlelight.
- Her parents were aglow with pride.
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