Thesaurus / luster

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The top crust should be smooth and should have a luster, which is usually spoken of as the "bloom" of the crust.
WOMAN'S INSTITUTE LIBRARY OF COOKERY, VOL. 1WOMAN'S INSTITUTE OF DOMESTIC ARTS AND SCIENCES
No thought of wrong-doing had ever attached to them, and no shadow had dimmed the luster of their fair fame.
It still preserves in a considerable degree the smoothness and luster of its original finish.
But they do not let the sun lose its luster because a Jewish heretic has been condemned to the cross.
CHRIST LEGENDSSELMA LAGERLF
It seemed dark by comparison now she who lent it luster was gone.
Its luster, instead of being glassy like that of other forms of quartz, is nearly always more or less greasy.
The goat should be shorn before he commences to shed, as the mohair loses its weight and luster after the shedding process begins.
That night a brilliant July moon shed its luster upon the ghastly field, over which thousands of men lay unable to rise.
BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WARTHOMAS ELBERT VINEYARD
This use of luster affords the quickest and surest means of detecting a doublet.
The natural mineral is found in large crystals or masses, resembling resin in color and luster.

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