lustrousness


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lus·trous

 (lŭs′trəs)
adj.
1. Having a sheen or glow; gleaming: lustrous pearls. See Synonyms at bright.
2. Well-known or distinguished; illustrious: lustrous achievements.

lus′trous·ly adv.
lus′trous·ness n.
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lustrousness

(ˈlʌstrəsnəs)
n
the state or condition of being lustrous
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