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We can't even be sure if the Salt Lake is a lake, or whether the glister we see there is just dry sand.
The windows showed rich slants of draperies behind their green glister of old glass.
THE YATES PRIDEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
I have Charles's-wain below in a butt of sack: 'twill glister like your crab-fish.
The glister of the profit that was supposed to have ensued to Scotsmen blinded many men's eyes at the first sight.
A glowworm is not discerned in the sunshine, though it glister in the dark.
And therefore the same effect may be produced by a Glister, the Head may be intoxicated by a medicine at the Heel.
They went through the orchard where the pears and pippins were lustered by the sheen and glister of the moon.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 2COMPTON MACKENZIE
The sunshine had the after-storm glister; the air was brisk, and the breeze blew balm from the heart of the pine forest.
DR. BREEN'S PRACTICEWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
The glister of the proffeit that was judged heirof to have ensewed to Scotishmen at the first sight, blynded many menis eyis.
Despite the keen wind, a glister of sweat-drops studded his forehead.
DARKNESS AND DAWNGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND

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