Sentence example with the word 'glisten'

glisten

blink, coruscation, gleam, glint, glitter, glowworm, scintillate, shimmering, spark, tinsel, wink

Definition n. the quality of shining with a bright reflected light

Last update: August 2, 2015

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The metal is glistening.   [verb]

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Many of the houses are built of massive coral, Porites gaimardi, hewn into square building blocks which at a distance glisten like white marble.   [verb]

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Aragecv, to glisten) crystallizes in large, colourless, glistening monoclinic plates, which melt at 124° and boil at 306°.   [verb]

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But the tempest died away; the sun's bright glow dispersed the clouds and mist; sea and sky smiled radiantly blue, and the trees and herbage glistened in revived freshness.   [verb]

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The Antiquary's eyes glistened as he eagerly spread them out on the table.   [verb]

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His eye, alone, which glistened like a fiery star amid lowering clouds, was to be seen in its state of native wildness.   [verb]

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The glen, or dell, was terminated by a sheet of water, called Loch Veolan, into which the brook discharged itself, and which now glistened in the western sun.   [verb]

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Its machicolated crests glistened in the brilliant Southern sunlight like an exotic of the Saharan country.   [verb]

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]--to these and similar tales he would hearken till his heart glowed and his eye glistened.   [verb]

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Heavy clouds were banked across the river, behind Shotley; and the roofs began to glisten as they took the dawn.   [verb]

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The green damp hung upon the low walls; the tracks of the snail and slug glistened in the light of the candle; but all was still as death.   [verb]

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