glow noun

1 steady light

ADJ. cosy, rich, soft, warm | dim, dull, faint, pale | fierce | steady | eerie, ghostly

VERB + GLOW cast, give sth, throw The lamplight gave a cosy glow to the room. The sunset threw an orange glow on the cliffs. | be bathed in The whole village was bathed in the glow of the setting sun.

GLOW + VERB light sth Our faces were lit by the faint green glow of the dashboard lights.

PREP. ~ from the soft glow from the lamp | ~ of

2 in sb's face

ADJ. healthy, pink, rosy, warm

VERB + GLOW have Her cheeks had a healthy glow.

PHRASES bring a glow to sb's cheeks/face The wine had brought a warm glow to her cheeks.

3 feeling

ADJ. rosy, warm

VERB + GLOW bask in, bathe in, feel She bathed in the warm glow of first love.

PREP. ~ of He felt a glow of pride as he watched them.

glow verb

1 give out light/heat

ADV. dully, faintly, softly Two lamps glowed softly in the lounge.

PHRASES glow orange, red, etc. The stones around the bonfire glowed red with the heat.

2 look healthy, happy, angry, etc.

ADV. positively

PREP. with She was positively glowing with happiness.

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