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- n. glimmer; mica
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Glimmer; mica.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To shine; glisten.
- To look.
- n. In mining, a shining black or brown mineral, of an iron cast, something like cockle (schorl).
Karl saw them with one of those furtive glances, and the glist froze the pretty speech he was trying to make to Elsa.
The scars of the turf were still unhealed, and the glist of the spade was on the grass.
It's free if you get on the glist, which I did, but for some reason my name didn't show up on their list.
And yet I still get the promo e-mails since I gave them my e-mail for the glist.
A wild glist of wind, laden with all the fragrance of hills and woods, would put out my light, and I would fling aside my dress and lie down on my bed, my eyes closed and my body thrilling with delight, and there around me in the breeze, amid all the perfume of the woods and hills, floated through the silent gloom many a caress and many a kiss and many a tender touch of hands, and gentle murmurs in my ears, and fragrant breaths on my brow; or a sweetly-perfumed kerchief was wafted again and again on my cheeks.
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