glimmery


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glimmery

(ˈɡlɪmərɪ)
adj, -merier or -meriest
tending to glimmer
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.glimmery - shining softly and intermittently; "glimmery candlelight"
bright - emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts; "the sun was bright and hot"; "a bright sunlit room"
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These Stila-like glimmery liquid eyeshadows catch the light beautifully, whether it's blended all over the eyelid or as an accent on the lashline.
These Stila-like glimmery liquid eyeshadows catch the light beautifully, whether they're blended all over the eyelid or as an accent on the lashline.
'Why waste precious time thanking your mom when you could be taking your mom for the ride of her life on a Jet Ski?' the talk-show host said, as the stage opened up to reveal legendary actress Helen Mirren as a glimmery showgirl presenting the $18,000-ride ala-The Price is Right.
A glimmery rose gold is chic but subtle--and stunning with everything.
But I stopped listening, leaving the two of them in that glimmery Easter egg, and walked to my room.
When questioned whether such an excess of the glimmery stuff might be uncomfortable, Kesha admitted that it had downsides.
Hundreds of glimmery lights somehow only intensify the spray-flecked gloom; as one descends the wet rocks and slippery wooden stairs, one might be right behind a Thracian lute-player or in front of a banished angel.
The sky, especially away from city and suburban lights, is utterly awash with glimmery white specks.
barbarian"; they have created a "wretched society," are "cruel, belligerent, intolerant," "murderous and grotesque" and "can't even ran a post office"; their societies "have gone bonkers over jihad" and they are "feigning outrage when they protest what they call American (or Israeli) atrocities"; they "be have like lemmings" and "are not shocked at all by what in truth must seem to them not atrocious at all"; and to top it all off, their rugs are not as "subtle" and are more "glimmery" than those of the Berbers.