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- adj. Alternative spelling of lusterless.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking brilliance or vitality
- adj. lacking luster or shine
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Ebay is my second home, where I go for the memorial jewellery, hair locks twisted into necklaces, coiled behind cameos, lustreless in death.
But still, all he had to write with was a regular magic marker, and its green ink bled through every napkin so fast, he couldn't finish a single illegible word on any of a dozen napkins left strewn across the lustreless desk.
Grief stared straight before him with lustreless eyes for a full minute, as if summoning some vision to his inner sight.
The hair, rank of growth, thick and unkempt, matted itself here and there into curious splotches of gray; and again, grinning at age, twisted itself into curling locks of lustreless black -- locks of unusual thickness, like crooked fingers, heavy and solid.
The elder Pocock, known as Pocock I., has been described as follows: ` A long, lean head, semicircled by a fringe of brown and gray hair, with big cheek-bones and a heavy chin, ... a pale face, lustreless gray eyes, a metallic voice, and a languid manner. '
"What is that?" the bartender said in that flat lustreless tone that one heard coming from the mouths of all of the Worcesteroids.
A pear isn't yellow in so bright, lustreless and opaque a way.
She serves me my coffee in a pudgy cup and gives me a lustreless spoon.
A lustreless protrusive eye Stares from the protozoic slime the future looks fine
'The child is in a lethargic condition, her hair is thin, sparse, lustreless, easily-pluckable.
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