Gleamy


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Gleam´y


a.1.Darting beams of light; casting light in rays; flashing; coruscating.
In brazed arms, that cast a gleamy ray,
Swift through the town the warrior bends his way.
- Pope.
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Let me tell you, my digits have never looked more high-falutin', more gleamy, more like they belonged to someone else.
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Oldbuck, on the other hand, "a shrewd and suspicious man, and no respecter of divine hereditary right, was apt to cavil at this sacred list, and to affirm, that the procession of the posterity of Fergus [the legendary founder of the Scottish monarchy] through the pages of Scottish history, was as vain and unsubstantial as the gleamy pageant of the descendents of Banquo through the cavern of Hecate" (53).
Male frons narrow, frontal vitta brown to black, with longitudinal crinkle, fronto-orbital plate and parafacial with gleamy yellowish-white and silver pruinosity, all with small hairs, fronto-orbital plate with transverse strip, parafacial and gena broad, frontal angle and vibrissa angle all projecting, gena about 1/2 of eye in height, antenna scape and pedicel red-brown to black, most of first flagellomere red-brown, first flagellomere at least 2.
SIMON Cowell has ordered X Factor finalists to have their teeth made gleamy white by laser treatment.