adjective lus·trous \ˈləs-trəs\

Definition of LUSTROUS

:  reflecting light evenly and efficiently without glitter or sparkle <a lustrous satin> <the lustrous glow of an opal>
:  radiant in character or reputation :  illustrious
lus·trous·ly adverb
lus·trous·ness noun

Examples of LUSTROUS

  1. <the lustrous finish on the satin bedspread adds to the feeling of luxury>
  2. <lustrous silver jewelry adorned her neck>

First Known Use of LUSTROUS



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