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When you’ve spent more time than money hunting for them, nice things earn a unique luster.
The brilliance of his wife, and her most fascinating colloquial powers, also reflected much luster upon his name.
She never dimmed the luster of sanctifying grace which beautified her soul by actual sin.
The rigidity of her metallic eyes and their insupportable luster made him shudder, especially when the animal walked towards him.
A PASSION IN THE DESERTHONORE DE BALZAC
Articles of brass, copper and bronze may be given a bright luster by dipping them into a solution composed of 50 oz.
A fine luster can be given to zinc by rubbing it with kerosene or a weak solution of sulphuric acid.
In the war, our boys had added luster to the name of the town, and splendid credit to themselves.
HISTORIC FREDERICKSBURGJOHN T. GOOLRICK
A faint streak ran along the railing and touched the stanchions with the luster of fallen snow.
We do not know of any poet at home or abroad to whose fame it would not have added new luster.
Much of the luster was gone from Bobby's brown eyes, but they were still soft and deep and appealing.
GREYFRIARS BOBBYELEANOR ATKINSON

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