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glister

glister

verb glis·ter \ˈglis-tər\
glis·teredglis·ter·ing \-t(ə-)riŋ\

Definition of GLISTER

intransitive verb
:  glitter
glister noun

Examples of GLISTER

  1. <the dew glistered in the soft light of the early morning>

Origin of GLISTER

Middle English glistren; akin to Old English glisian
First Known Use: 14th century

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March 02, 2015
chatoyant Hear it
Having a changeable luster or color
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