glint glint  /ɡ ˈlɪnt/


  1. (n) a momentary flash of light
  2. (n) a spatially localized brightness
  3. (v) be shiny, as if wet
  4. (v) throw a glance at; take a brief look at


  1. It's a bold hat, but it's a bold night and the glint in Fai's gaze makes you think his magnets are spinning full tilt.
  2. The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter: As a writer of words, McCullers is never distinguished, never in one glint verbally original.
  3. The coils of razor wire glint in the prairie sun like silver tumbleweeds, piled against the chain-link perimeter fence around the Two Rivers Detention Facility in Hardin, Mont.


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    With its crinkled silver finish and contrasting vachetta leather, Maison Boinet's wrap-around leather belt is a versatile styling staple for cinching in cotton sun dresses, beach cover-ups, and loose boyfriend jeans this summer. Wear it loose along the hips or tight along the waist; either way, the glint of silver ... More »
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  2. Hear Smith Westerns' Sad, Starry 'Idol'

    Roughly two weeks out from the release of their third album, Soft Will , Smith Westerns have released a third song from the record: the forlorn "Idol." Lightly swathed in reverb, the track has a starry glint — a blueprint revealed on
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Spin

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  1. "When Lamar was talking about soccer, there was that glint in his eye. The book on American soccer is going to have chapters on Lamar Hunt and what he did both in the past and the present for the game here," Major League Soccer Commissioner Don...
    on Dec 14, 2006 By: Don Garber Source: USA Today

  2. "I can see a steely glint in (Ponting's) eyes and that means a few runs around in India this time," said Chappell, who is an assistant coach with the touring party.
    on Sep 27, 2008 By: Greg Chappell Source: Reuters UK

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