agleam agleam  /əɡ ˈlim/


  • (adj) bright with a steady but subdued shining



  1. The gas and rubber rules made a mockery of his shiny car, whitewall tires agleam, the top battened down.
  2. The man who is leading the book trend, galley proofs flying and reading glasses agleam, is a glib, moon-faced middleman of culture named Jerry Wald.
  3. They could see the wonders agleam in the sunthe Rolloplanes, the two Ferris wheels, the giant roller coaster, the crazy houses, the Moonrocket and the sideshow tent.
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