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Word of the Day 08/19/19 Fulgurant

Fulgurant (adjective)
fulgurant [ fuhl-gyer-uh?nt ]


adjective
1. flashing like lightning.

Origin: 1640–50; < Latin fulgurant- (stem of fulgurans, present participle of fulgurare), equivalent to fulgur- (see fulgurate) + -ant- -ant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FULGURANT
It seemed to her that the room had become a tent of fulgurant colours.
THE PALISER CASE|EDGAR SALTUS

In the preceding examples the victims struck dead are not disfigured by the fulgurant force.
THUNDER AND LIGHTNING|CAMILLE FLAMMARION

High up into the heavens it tossed the fulgurant fires that betokened its wealth and power.
ASTOUNDING STORIES OF SUPER-SCIENCE, MARCH 1930|VARIOUS

In 1812, a fulgurant discharge took place near Mr. Cowen's and killed his dog beside him, without doing him any harm.
THUNDER AND LIGHTNING|CAMILLE FLAMMARION

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