lustrous[ luhs-truhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF lustrous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUSTROUS
The colouring is not so good; in the mass, it is not so lustrous, nor so varied.
A beam from the Angel's lustrous eyes fell on a lady at the next table.
His eyes were large, dark, and lustrous, the expression usually sad.
His full eyelids were dreamily lowered over his lustrous eyes.
And like the golden, lustrous gleaming of the snow he felt his own thirst bright in him.
And, now we look again, she must sing with her eyes, they are so large and lustrous!
It was bright and lustrous, and every glance betokened a question.
She glanced up with a lovely smile and her dark eyes were lustrous.
The head is of the same colour; the throat and face of a lustrous green.
His wing plumes were white, tipped with specks of lustrous gold.