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resplendent
used in The Age of Innocence

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Definition
beautiful or splendid

(splendid is magnificent, impressive, or brilliant)
  • As he moved away he saw Lawrence Lefferts, tall and resplendent, leading his wife up to be introduced; and heard Gertrude Lefferts say, as she beamed on the Countess with her large unperceiving smile: "But I think we used to go to dancing-school together when we were children—."
    Chapter 8 (93% in)

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