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Exhibiting lightness or brilliance of wit; clever or witty without unkindness

No foe to man / Lurks in the ſerpent now: the mother ſees, / And ſmiles to ſee, her infant's playful hand / Stretch'd forth to daily with the creſted worm, / To ſtroke his azure neck, or to receive / The lambent homage of his arrowy tongue.

Brushing or flickering gently over a surface

As they walked together between the houses, Lena’s smooth arm brushed his. His skin felt lambent at the touch.”.

Glowing or luminous, but lacking heat

The Witch, with much ceremony, fills the basin. As FAUST is about to raise it to his lips, it emits a clear flame. MEPHISTOPHELES. Quick! quickly down with it!—no breathing time allowed! And does a lambent flame prevent thee quaff?.

{a} playing about, gliding over, licking
Playing on the surface; touching lightly; gliding over
flickering; softly radiant; marked by brilliance of expression
\LAM-buhnt\, adjective: 1 Playing lightly on or over a surface; flickering; as, "a lambent flame; lambent shadows " 2 Softly bright or radiant; luminous; as, "a lambent light " 3 Light and brilliant; as, "a lambent style; lambent wit "
{s} glowing, flickering; shining softly; fluttering lightly, playful (of light, fire)
softly bright or radiant; "a house aglow with lights"; "glowing embers"; "lambent tongues of flame"; "the lucent moon"; "a sky luminous with stars"
Luminous, brilliant, flickering
\Lam"bent\, a 1 Flickering or playing lightly over a surface, as light or flame 2 Playful and brilliant, as wit 3 Glowing softly
Twinkling or gleaming; fickering
in a lambent manner, flickeringly, shimmeringly (pertaining to fire, light, etc.)
In a lambent manner, brightly





    [ 'lam-b&nt ] (adjective.) 1647. From Latin lambens, present participle of lambō (“lick”).