, -·desced′, -·desc′ing
to become or make incandescent
Origin of incandesceClassical Latin incandescere
tr. & intr.v.in·can·desced, in·can·desc·ing, in·can·desc·es
To make or become incandescent.
Origin of incandesceLatin incand&emacron;scere, to glow : in-, intensive pref.; see in–2 + cand&emacron;scere, to glow, inchoative of cand&emacron;re, to shine; see kand- in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present incandesces, present participle incandescing, simple past and past participle incandesced)
- To cause to be (to become) incandescent, especially by the application of heat