glisten : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the quality of shining with a bright reflected light
- v be shiny, as if wet
His eyes were glistening
- Today there are at least 3,000 GSAs--nearly 1 in 10 high schools has one--according to the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network (GLSEN, say "glisten"), which registers and .
- He overexposed this shot slightly, allowing the bright daylight to glisten off the face of the bridge.
- Outfitted in a white gym suit that eerily made him seem to glisten against a dark night sky, he approached the unlit saucer with his flaming torch, his free arm trembling visibly .
News & Articles
- Exhibit promises a 'Symphony of Color'
The Gresham Art Committee’s latest exhibit, “Symphony of Color,” tries to capture the “music,” so to speak, of various art forms depicting everything from the implied flapping of painted flower petals to the glisten of blown glass. “This show will highlight the way we make colors move, like in a ...
June 20, 2013 - The Gresham Outlook
- 3 Shimmery (NEVER Sparkly!) Bronzers to Get Your Glow On
(Photo by Lindsay Schallon/StyleBistro) In a magical world where you can instantly glisten at the swipe of a brush—not a minute spent in the sun, necessary—one of two outcomes can occur. 1) You successfully achieve that covetable day-at-the-beach glow—a totally desirable, healthy-looking, shimmery effect. Or 2) Things take a turn for the sparkly and you end up looking like Edward Cullen on a two ...
June 19, 2013 - StyleBistro
- Robert Peston in BBC News
The BBC's business editor Robert Peston says: "If we are in for a period of slow steady recovery, in which interest rates rise, gold is greatly overvalued. But if the dollar and sterling were to plunge - well, gold would glisten even more than it...
- Antonio Villaraigosa in Los Angeles Times
Today is about showing the power of community,Villaraigosa said. "With your help, we're going to wipe out graffiti and make downtown glisten and gleam."