Definition of glowing

verb

expressing great praise.

A school in Greater Manchester has proved good things really do come in small packages after receiving a glowing report from education watchdogs.

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Example of glowing

  • A Hampshire junior school has turned weakness into strength and won glowing praise from Ofsted inspectors.

  • A school in Greater Manchester has proved good things really do come in small packages after receiving a glowing report from education watchdogs.

  • A south Lakeland property developer has secured a prestigious award after earning glowing praise from its customers.

  • A Southend school is just months away from being removed from the Government's special measures register following a glowing inspection report.

  • A team of inspectors spent three days examining every aspect of the school and wrote a glowing report recognising its excellent teaching standards and visionary thinking.

  • A Whitefield primary school has earned special praise after a glowing Ofsted report was complemented by outstanding results.

  • As a blogger, by contrast, I almost invariably receive one of two reactions, glowing praise or a look of total incomprehension.

  • Council chiefs have pledged to work harder to improve social services, despite receiving a glowing report from Government.

  • For nowhere do this band gather to discuss their club's finest two hours over 100 years without his name glowingly being dropped into conversation.

  • His caddy, Dubliner Colin Byrne, has come to know him probably as well as anyone over the past couple of years and speaks glowingly of him as ‘the best boss a man could have.’


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