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Coming out of this hall our eyes are caught by a gleam of something lustrously white against a sky which is now burning blue.
ROUND THE WONDERFUL WORLDG. E. MITTON
The golden crown, which hung suspended over the funeral-car, shone lustrously in the sunlight.
QUEEN HORTENSEL. MHLBACH
There were times when Emily Wrackgarth seemed to herself as vast and as lustrously impressive as it.
A CHRISTMAS GARLANDMAX BEERBOHM
Her eyes were large in the cup and they went violet in the sunlight; at night they seemed lustrously black.
MELOMANIACSJAMES HUNEKER
Never had the nobility of his nature shone forth more truly and more lustrously.
HISTORY OF THE WAR IN AFGHANISTAN, VOL. I (OF 3)SIR JOHN WILLIAM KAYE
One stain upon a white robe spoils it which would not be noticed upon one less lustrously clean.
EXPOSITIONS OF HOLY SCRIPTUREALEXANDER MACLAREN
He fancied that the eyes shone more lustrously; but they were turned away.
MOUNTAINCLEMENT WOOD
The eyes of the patient sparkle lustrously, and become suffused with water.
HOW I FOUND LIVINGSTONEHENRY M. STANLEY
Her dark eyes were smiling lustrously, languidly, at the smoke curling in the air before her, as if they saw a vision in it.
GREY ROSESHENRY HARLAND
Then we found that the full moon was gleaming lustrously from a cloudless sky across the valley.
THE GOLDEN ROADLUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY

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