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- verb Present participle of
- adjective Brightly sparkling.
- adjective figuratively
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- adjective having brief brilliant points or flashes of light
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Joe doesn't need to express himself in glittering generalities.
Their career, while at times truly glittering, is littered with inadvertent mistakes.
The cover flew open and a fortune in glittering gems spilled out.
Or was there the standard knight in glittering armor moment we'd all expect?
So she went away and presently returning with the board, set it before her, and behold, it was of ivory-marquetried ebony with squares marked in glittering gold, and its pieces of pearl and ruby. —
Yet the record, although glittering, is not what has defined Pepper's Solheim
Yet, the record, although glittering, is not what has defined her Solheim Cup experience.
It must have been a wonderful thing for him to come out into the open streets, to see the blue sky and the houses and the trees, the great procession of soldiers and knights in glittering armor and gorgeous clothes, and the people, men, women, and children, crowding in the streets, all eager to see him.
Thomas took so many soldiers and servants in glittering dress, so many horses and carriages with him, that the people came out of their houses to stare at him wherever he passed.
He is in glittering armor, and his eyes are cruel.