- (Of light or fire) glowing, gleaming, or flickering with a soft radiance: the magical, lambent light of the north his eyes were huge and lambent in his starved faceMore example sentences
- In the wider connotations of the title it seems to me that the lambent flames can refer to non-technical themes.
- The lifts had closed, the punters had gone, the domain was ours and a lambent, purplish light settled on the silent mountain.
- Her fists clench, and he could have sworn that her eyes were blazing with fire, the lambent glow bathing him in an evil red light.
mid 17th century: from Latin lambent- 'licking', from the verb lambere.