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synonyms for glossy

  • bright
  • gleaming
  • glistening
  • lustrous
  • polished
  • silky
  • sleek
  • slick
  • smooth
  • brilliant
  • burnished
  • chatoyant
  • glassy
  • glazed
  • reflecting
  • silken
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antonyms for glossy

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  • dark
  • dull
  • rough
  • stupid
  • unintelligent
  • unpolished
  • drab
  • mate
  • muted
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How to use glossy in a sentence

The simply titled “garden vegetables” pack in glossy shishito peppers, soft-crisp daikon and pickled beech mushrooms lit up with turmeric, a combination that plays well with thin and tensile green tea soba.
SHIBUYA EATERY LIVES UP TO ITS NAME, BRINGING TOKYO STREET FOOD TO ADAMS MORGANTOM SIETSEMAOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
If you’re looking to put a little effort into your rice, say no more — this one literally glitters with dried fruit, glossy, caramelized onion and crisp, saffron-dyed rice.
6 GOLDEN RECIPES FEATURING CARAMELIZED ONIONSKARI SONDEOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The glossy hardtail frame and 6 speeds encourage aggressive riding, and at the 1200 suspension fork handles bumpy rides with ease.
KIDS’ BIKES THAT MAKE WONDERFUL GIFTSPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMOCTOBER 1, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
To the credit of Jones and the filmmakers, they don’t offer a glossy story of opening hearts and changing minds—instead they provide a helpful model of how awkward and incremental these conversations can be.
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Snow-smothered twiggy branches in winter, glossy apples in September at my uncle’s house, packed in backpacks for granite hikes, an unanswered dash in a quiet graveyard in the Catskills.
DAWN OF THE HELIOCENE - ISSUE 90: SOMETHING GREENSUMMER PRAETORIUSSEPTEMBER 16, 2020NAUTILUS
In the era of glossy, chef-driven cookbooks that are arguably more beautiful than they are practical, it’s time for community cookbooks to finally get the recognition that they deserve.
THE JOY OF COOKING OTHER PEOPLE’S ‘SECRET FAMILY RECIPES’AMY MCCARTHYSEPTEMBER 11, 2020EATER
It was a beautiful sight, those rows of small trees with their large, glossy leaves, shut in by woods of a larger growth.
ALILA, OUR LITTLE PHILIPPINE COUSINMARY HAZELTON WADE
But as he turned toward the door she caught a glimpse of a glossy black mustache, and two beady black eyes.
THE GIRLS OF CENTRAL HIGH ON THE STAGEGERTRUDE W. MORRISON
The string is black and glossy as the tresses that fall in tangled skeins on the shoulders of the dreamy beauties of Tuscany.
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
Many of the horses were sleek, glossy, and fine-limbed, like racers; others were strong-boned and rough.
THE FLOATING LIGHT OF THE GOODWIN SANDSR.M. BALLANTYNE
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WORDS RELATED TO GLOSSY

  • ablaze
  • aglow
  • alight
  • argent
  • auroral
  • beaming
  • blazing
  • brilliant
  • burning
  • burnished
  • coruscating
  • dazzling
  • effulgent
  • flashing
  • fulgent
  • fulgid
  • glaring
  • gleaming
  • glistening
  • glittering
  • glossy
  • golden
  • illuminated
  • incandescent
  • intense
  • lambent
  • light
  • limpid
  • luminous
  • lustrous
  • mirrorlike
  • moonlit
  • phosphorescent
  • polished
  • radiant
  • relucent
  • resplendent
  • scintillating
  • shimmering
  • shiny
  • silvery
  • sparkling
  • sunlit
  • sunny
  • twinkling
  • vivid
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