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Frank J. Wilstach, comp.  A Dictionary of Similes.  1916.
 
Radiant
 
  Radiant … as moon that breaks a stormy night.
            —Æschylus
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  Radiant … like a young moon.
            —Arabian Nights
  2
  Radiant as morning.
            —Alfred Austin
  3
  Radiant like a diamond.
            —Philip James Bailey
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  Radiant … like paths of the gods.
            —Thomas Carlyle
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  Radiant as the day.
            —Sir Samuel Ferguson
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  Radiant as the queen of love.
            —Homer (Pope)
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  Radiant as the blossomed lea.
            —Philander Chase Johnson
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  Radiant as the starry night.
            —Lays of Ancient India
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  Radiant as snow.
            —Owen Meredith
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  Radiant as summer sun in morn.
            —James Whitcomb Riley
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  Radiant as a lark.
            —Owen Seaman
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  Radiant as the air around a star.
            —Percy Bysshe Shelley
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  Radiant, like the phantoms of the dawn.
            —Percy Bysshe Shelley
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  Radiant as the bloom of day.
            —William Thomson
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  Radiant as Hope, when Hope was young.
            —Alaric A. Watts
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  Radiant as sunlit clustering goldenrod.
            —C. P. Wilson
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