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- adj. That glitters.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of glitter; glittering.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having brief brilliant points or flashes of light
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Strech is a fun-loving under-the-sea octopus friend that shines in glittery purple.
What cleek said: Miley the fop really does have a line in glittery bullshit.
The long white beard and froggy rumble of a voice suggest a southern Gandalf, and he and Elton – in glittery black tails – make a touchingly odd couple.
The first hours of the party were like any other: men in tuxes and women in short glittery skirts standing alone, immobile, awkward about not knowing anyone to talk to.
A group of laughing college girls in glittery going-out dress walk pass on the sidewalk, rubbing their arms against an unexpectedly chilled breeze ....
A group of laughing college girls in glittery going-out dress walk past on the sidewalk, rubbing their arms against an unexpectedly chilled breeze.
I secretly wish for colored stars in glittery colors but since words have colors for me anyway I imagine that I can manage without.
Just not in glittery blue breast-form … .. yet …. but ykno, LAST time i left Mangan some love, i got ripped on for it, and im still getting ripped on for it.
There are cabaret acts, a comedian and a "Broadway on the High Seas" show, complete with dancers in glittery costumes performing a soft shoe to Andrew Lloyd Weber tunes.
The day's big snow had quit falling, but for the curtain call glittery silver stuff rained down on (once again) the entire staff, creating a joyful scene.