aureoled

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

aureole +‎ -ed

Adjective[edit]

aureoled (not comparable)

  1. Surrounded by a corona or halo.
    • 1977, Richard Sennett, The fall of public man (page 167)
      At night they were aureoled by oil lamps and gaslights; during the day they lay in semi-darkness.
    • 1996, Mary Johnston, Cease Firing (page 134)
      The lover's passion was yet upon them; each to the other was plainly aureoled.