from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. shiny, bright, glowing
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Darting beams of light; casting light in rays; flashing; coruscating.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Darting beams of light; gleaming; flashing; beaming.
Christie wrapped her arms around herself and led him inside, into her vast kitchen, all gleamy stainless steel and shiny black granite, immaculate as an operating theater.
Biv spectrum, and oxfords that were shined up too gleamy to show off that nice shade of black suggesting death, taxes, and cervical cancer.
Feeling the omnipresent pain in his hip, he negotiated his way to the little vehicle to see, astonishingly, that someone had pulled up in a brand new Dodge Charger, his dream vehicle, though this one was death black and gleamy.
He was the one on the brand-new Kawasaki 400, a gleamy red dream machine, bigger than all the other bikes.
And then Funny arrives and shes bouncing and smiling, her dark eyes gleamy, the corners of her mouth turned up like an elfs.
As the Wikipedia entry recounts, the original idea for Diamonds was to be a literal sequel to Goldfinger with Goldfinger's twin brother as the villain, and with diamonds standing in for gold as the gleamy thing of choice.
These were not accidents, I thought—the gleam in his blue eyes was too gleamy.
Great yarn and those little gleamy glints -- what fun!
"I practiced all morning," says the gleamy-eyed realtor.
A pleasant and a friendly little water-spread is here, cheerful to the sunshine, and inviting to the moon, with a variety of gleamy streaks, according to the sky and breeze.
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