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luminous
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Harry Potter (#1) and the Sorcerer's Stone
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  • Ron threw the cloak back over them as the luminous eyes of Mrs. Norris came round the door.
    p.211.7
  • When Harry finally left the table, he was laden down with a stack of things out of the crackers, including a pack of nonexplodable, luminous balloons, a Grow-Your-Own-Warts kit, and his own new wizard chess set.
    p.204.2

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  • The sky was luminous with stars.
  • The snow was luminous from the moonlight.

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