glossily


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gloss·y

 (glô′sē, glŏs′ē)
adj. gloss·i·er, gloss·i·est
1. Having a smooth, shiny, lustrous surface: glossy satin.
2. Superficially and often speciously attractive; showy: glossy trendsetters.
n. pl. gloss·ies
1. A photographic print on smooth, shiny paper.
2. Chiefly British A popular magazine printed on smooth-coated stock.

gloss′i·ly adv.
gloss′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.glossily - in a glossy manner; "the magazine was glossily printed"
Translations

glossily

[ˈglɒsɪlɪ] ADVbrillantemente
glossily illustratedelegantemente ilustrado, ilustrado con lujo

glossily

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Lady Lynn was a large and stout personage of about forty, very erect, very haughty-looking, richly dressed in a satin robe of changeful sheen: her dark hair shone glossily under the shade of an azure plume, and within the circlet of a band of gems.
In a clever transposition, he moves the opening action into a well-heeled middle-class house where Cinderella's mother (a hardedged, glossily frustrated fashionista danced with venomous abandon by Madalaine Brennan) rules the roost in no uncertain terms, and where Cinderella (the exquisite Ashley Shaw) is disregarded not only by her step-sisters, but also by a slightly deranged posse of step-brothers, one of whom is a geek who wears pajamas long after pajama-time and is sent into OTT sexual exstasies by almost anything that stands upright.
In a clever transposition, he moves the opening action into a well-heeled middleclass house where Cinderella's mother (a hard-edged, glossily frustrated fashionista danced with venomous abandon by Madalaine Brennan) rules the roost in no uncertain terms, and where Cinderella (the exquisite Ashley Shaw) is disregarded not only by her step-sisters, but also by a slightly deranged posse of step-brothers, one of whom is a geek who wears pajamas long after pajama-time and is sent into OTT sexual exstasies by almost anything that stands upright.
The movie has been wonderfully put together - glossily photographed and attractively sound tracked.
The dining room is open to a sleekly appointed minimalist kitchen with glossily lacquered snow-white cabinets, a high-end mix of marble and walnut countertops, and a double-wide central peninsula.
By the film's final episode, set in an airy, glossily futuristic Australia in 2025, the film has advanced to a full widescreen look.
Some of the work is undeniably unsubtle: glossily painted antique pots or a marble push chair are good one-liners, a quick critique of inconsistent values, immortalising in marble such ephemeral gods of consumer culture as bogus antiques and cheap pushchairs.
This glossily amoral caper has all the fibre of a Ferrero Rocher chocolate.
Because I'm sure the last thing Team Beckham needed while they were glossily promoting the next chapter of Brand Beckham was some smarta*** highlighting the redacted chapters.
Mokhtar Beyrouth's "Studio Beirut" glossily recounts a nostalgia-laden fiction about an early 20th-century photo studio.
Among the best of the contemporary works on offer are the glossily inflated photographs by Jane and Louise Wilson of derelict Nazi bunkers on the Normandy coast.
It was like finding yourself envying the import, the ease with which goods made in one place are loaded onto airplanes, ships, and trucks and inserted glossily into other places.