glinty

glint·y

 (glĭn′tē)
adj. glint·i·er, glint·i·est
1. Sparkling; glittery.
2. Cheap and flashy.

glinty

(ˈɡlɪntɪ)
adj, glintier or glintiest
shiny
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His eyes were fierce and glinty now as he stared at her and Meredith edged away from him slightly.
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Glen Greenwald scrunches over his laptop, the fizzing, glinty look in his eyes settling into something more staid and intense.
Anyway, here are some of the glinty bits that beguiled me.
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He looks like the Brooks Brothers notion of a corporate lawyer - sandy hair, square jaw, and glinty eyes.