luster[ luhs-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF luster
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUSTER
Her face was sallow and dry, and the luster had gone from her black hair.
Holding toward the lamp a glass, clear as crystal, with luster like a gem.
He took it up and passed the luster of it slowly through his fingers.
Every time I come here I do the best I can to keep the luster to his name.
Her lifted veil made a fine mist above the luster of her eyes.
But by and by a bright color mounted to her cheeks and luster to her eyes.
Notice whether it loses its luster when the drops have dried.
No; one window in the front, on the ground-floor, shone with the luster of a lamp.
This translucency affects the luster and brightness of lumber.
But even at that the miracle of what he did does not lose its luster.