(1) I stepped outside under a refulgent sky, and I saw a tiny yellow-brown bird fly over the house into an oak.(2) For lovers of forgotten Romantic symphonies, this is a treat, even if the interpretations could have been a bit more joyous and the orchestral playing more refulgent .(3) It's vivid, refulgent work from set designer David Rockwell and lighting designer Kenneth Posner, and a perfect introduction to a charging score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman that starts out bold and grabby and never lets up.(4) In this refulgent summer, it has been a luxury to draw the breath of life. The grass grows, the buds burst, the meadow is spotted with fire and gold in the tint of flowers.(5) One halo is refulgent , another radiates smoke or vapors, and a third appears to have been sprung from its perfectly circular tension so that it looks like a snake, a broken rubber band, a garden hose.(6) Among the extroverts, Oscar Wilde is refulgently here, of course, along with Dr Johnson, much Hazlitt and the two Samuel Butlers.(7) The performances can be a little hoarse - a certain tonal refulgence is lacking here - but they don't get in the way of the music.(8) Against a sky of blackness, where pride is abundant and magnanimity scarce, that little man, that mediocre personage, shines with uncommon refulgence .(9) Seen in reproduction, it is hard to conceive of the monumentality and refulgence that the grandest of them possess in the flesh.(10) From any one point in the gallery, you could only see clearly the few photos right before you, while the rest spread out into the distance with a refulgence worthy of stained glass in cathedrals.(11) She could feel the entire theater's eyes on her; she knew that every one of those beginning theatre students was jealous of her talent, her energy, her grace, her pure refulgence onstage.