glister

verb glis·ter \ ˈgli-stər \

Definition of glister

glistered; glistering play \ˈgli-st(ə-)riŋ\
intransitive verb

glister

noun

Examples of glister in a Sentence

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

Origin and Etymology of glister

Middle English glistren; akin to Old English glisian



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