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glowy

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Pronunciation: /ˈgləʊi
 
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Definition of glowy in English:

adjective (glowier, glowiest)

informal
1Giving off a steady light: soft, glowy bulbs
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  • I love the glowy moon and the reflection it makes on the water.
  • I looked over at Mom, who was smiling and happy in the glowy light of the lanterns.
  • Knowing that I'm always happy to get something new and glowy, my wife brought home a cheap "floating pool light" that she found on sale for roughly $10.
1.1(Of a person’s skin) appearing healthy and youthful: my signature look is natural, glowy skin
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  • She's launched her own botanical-based line, which is said to give glowy skin and is hailed as a luxury beauty brand for the masses.
  • Be prepared to receive tons of compliments on your glowy skin.
  • The secret to glowy skin isn't just all about strategically placed highlighter.
1.2Feeling deep pleasure or pride: he made her feel warm and glowy inside
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  • When I give money to individuals begging in the street, I'd say I'm motivated by a mixture of guilt pangs and the desire to counter those pangs in an easy, quick-fix manner which makes me feel like a warm, glowy Good Person.
  • I think all ten of us who went on the course left feeling glowy.
  • The problem is that this glowy, go-down-easy film ends up betraying the very spirit of the Man in Black—the outlaw soul who never walked any line but his own.

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