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glistened

verb as in shimmer

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The meat glistened seductively with melted butter, piled high and steaming on top of a crisp, oily split-top bun.

The light of the moon and a spotlight from a search-and-rescue helicopter glistened off the cold water.

The Tidal Basin glistened in the morning sun, and the Washington Monument jutted out of the ground.

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

Alfreton's eyes glistened, and his hand shook a little as he touched the rim of Winston's goblet.

And as the ship trembled the light over her head would shine on Harvey's ring, and it glistened like a tear.

Talpers flushed angrily, and then grinned, until his alkali-cracked lips glistened in the lamplight.

The handkerchief at the girl's neck fluttered, and a strand of her hair danced and glistened in the sunshine.

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to glistened, such as: shine, twinkle, glint, flicker, sparkle, and glimmer.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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