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glowy Line breaks: glowy
Pronunciation: /ˈɡləʊi/

Definition of glowy in English:

adjective (glowier, glowiest)

informal
1Giving off a steady light: soft, glowy bulbs
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  • A high window space above us was fashioned from frosted material emanating some sort of glowy white light.
  • I looked over at Mom, who was smiling and happy in the glowy light of the lanterns.
  • As we all know, comets/meteors do leave a glowy trail behind.
1.1(Of a person’s skin) appearing healthy and youthful: my signature look is natural, glowy skin
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  • Both these products add a soft, glowy touch to your cheeks, eyes, lips anywhere!
  • Her skin looks luminous and glowy.
  • I'm all about getting radiant, glowy cheeks so am obsessed with mineral makeup and products with illuminating properties in them.
1.2Feeling deep pleasure or pride: he made her feel warm and glowy inside
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  • Independent bookshop: those two words by themselves are enough to give you a warm glowy feeling.
  • People walk away feeling glowy, sated, and privileged.
  • I remember seeing the film on a date with a girl; it's kinda lame, but gives you that warm glowy "ah, university is fine!" feeling.

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