Definitions

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  • adjective Appearing to shimmer, glistening.

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  • adjective glistening tremulously

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Examples

  • Inspired by the landscape of Hong Kong, Weiss-Fischmann dubbed a shimmery plum called Meet Me on the Star Ferry and a medium blue named Suzi Says Feng Shui.

    The Seattle Times

  • Though this kind of shimmery, lo-fi indie-folk has been around for a long time, I think the Shins really started something when Natalie Portman told everyone about how they changed her life, or whatever stupid thing she said.

    Music (For Robots): May 2006 Archives

  • Though this kind of shimmery, lo-fi indie-folk has been around for a long time, I think the Shins really started something when Natalie Portman told everyone about how they changed her life, or whatever stupid thing she said.

    Did I leave something behind? (Music (For Robots))

  • The world looked kind of shimmery, as though we were seeing it through a curtain of heat.

    She Is The Darkness

  • They make classic American pop - a kind of shimmery wall of ...

    Artrocker

  • They make classic American pop - a kind of shimmery wall of ...

    Artrocker

  • They make classic American pop - a kind of shimmery wall of ...

    Artrocker

  • They make classic American pop - a kind of shimmery wall of ...

    Artrocker

  • They make classic American pop - a kind of shimmery wall of ...

    Artrocker

  • They make classic American pop - a kind of shimmery wall of ...

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