glossy

[ glos-ee, glaw-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF glossy

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She had a ribbon in her long, glossy hair, and her face shone pleasantly with soap.

She had exquisite teeth, and her head was covered with thick, glossy hair.

Grip soon recovered his looks, and became as glossy and sleek as ever.

The American slapped his glossy boot with his whip, lowered his voice, and said, "There!"

The Marquise spoke to him kindly, and she stooped to pat the dog's glossy head.

You might as well try to dry yourself on the glossy side of a piece of oilcloth.

When a surface is very smooth, we say it is shiny or glossy.

Retching, he had dirtied the glossy green scales of his chest.

He sat on the extreme edge of an arm chair, his glossy hat on his knee.

The chancel arch was already bristling with glossy holly-leaves.

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