Definition of irradiant in English:

irradiant

Syllabification: ir·ra·di·ant
Pronunciation: /iˈrādēənt
 
/

adjective

literary
Shining brightly.
More example sentences
  • An orchard, ripe with juice and irradiant, coloured fruits, flowers opened out, rotting apples....

Origin

early 16th century: from Latin irradiant- 'shining upon', from the verb irradiare (based on radius 'ray').

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