glow


glow
01. The fire was [glowing] brightly in the dark night.
02. When we shone the flashlight under the bed, we could see the eyes of the cat [glowing] at us.
03. The sunset shone a golden [glow] across the water.
04. The young girl's face had a healthy [glow].
05. The child was [glowing] as he walked onto the stage to receive his award.
06. The candle [glowed] in the dim light of the room.
07. We could see nothing of the man in the dark, apart from the [glow] of his cigarette.
08. My daughter put little stars on the ceiling of her bedroom, and they would [glow] for over an hour after the light had been turned out.
09. Tintoretto and other Renaissance artists achieved a special [glow] in their paintings by mixing tiny bits of glass into their paints.
10. Bob Hope once said that when we recall the past, we usually find that it is the simplest things, not the great occasions, that in retrospect give off the greatest [glow] of happiness.
11. There is an Italian proverb which states that a fool's spark [glows] in all men.
12. The strange orange [glow] seen in underwater caves off the coast of the Bahamas is apparently caused by the effects of the mixing of fresh and salt water.
13. The firefly's yellow [glow] is a product of their protein intake, and is used as a form of communication.
14. Scientists have discovered that the planet Venus is so hot that its surface [glows] in the dark.
15. She received a [glowing] recommendation from her former boss when she applied for a new job.
16. They gave a [glowing] review of the film, saying it was one of the best of the year.

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