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

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