1. running or moving lightly over a surface: lambent tongues of flame.
2. dealing lightly and gracefully with a subject; brilliantly playful: lambent wit.
3. softly bright or radiant: a lambent light.
The snows of Mississippi are lambent.–MaricaThe lambent rays of the sunset cast a deceptive light on the politician’s speech.–A. LelandI peered out my window hoping to catch a glimpse of the lambent light from the TARDIS.–Daughter CThe lambent nature of the Scarlet “A’ upon her bosom made it impossible for anyone to ignore.–Miss MLambent analysis has never been my philosophical modus operandi.–Mr. Big Food.
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