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Another word for gleam

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Noun
  1. A sudden quick light

      1. To close and open the eyelid of one eye deliberately, as to convey a message, signal, or suggestion.
      2. To close and open the eyelids of both eyes; blink.
      3. To shine fitfully; twinkle:
      1. To shine with slight, intermittent gleams, as distant lights or stars; flicker; glimmer.
      2. To be bright or sparkling, as with merriment or delight:
      3. To blink or wink the eyes.
      1. One thrown off from a burning substance.
      2. One resulting from friction.
      3. One remaining in an otherwise extinguished fire; an ember.
      1. A momentary flash of light; a sparkle:
      2. A faint or fleeting indication; a trace:
      3. To gleam or give out small flashes of light, usually by reflection:
      1. A dim or intermittent flicker or flash of light.
      2. A faint manifestation or indication; a trace:
      3. To emit a dim, intermittent light:
      1. To direct the eyes at or toward something briefly:
      2. To read quickly or in cursory fashion:
      3. To strike a surface at such an angle as to be deflected:
      1. To move waveringly; flutter:
      2. To burn or shine unsteadily or fitfully:
      3. To be displayed with fluctuating brightness:
      1. To burst forth into or as if into flame.
      2. To give off light or be lighted in sudden or intermittent bursts.
      3. To appear or occur suddenly:
      1. a coruscating; sparkling
      2. a flash or gleam of light
      3. a sudden brilliant display, as of wit
      1. To close and open one or both of the eyes rapidly.
      2. To look in astonishment or disbelief, typically with the eyes blinking:
      3. To look through half-closed eyes, as in a bright glare; squint:
    See also:

    light

Verb
  1. To emit a bright light

      1. To emit light.
      2. To reflect light; glint or glisten.
      3. To distinguish oneself in an activity or a field; excel.
      1. To send out rays or waves.
      2. To issue or emerge in rays or waves:
      3. To extend in straight lines from or toward a center; diverge or converge like rays:
      1. To make or become incandescent.
      1. To shine brightly and steadily, especially without a flame:
      2. To have a bright, warm, usually reddish color:
      3. To flush; blush.
      1. To undergo combustion or be consumed as fuel:
      2. To be damaged, injured, or destroyed by fire, heat, radiation, electricity, or a caustic agent:
      3. To consume fuel:
      1. A brilliant burst of fire; a flame.
      2. A destructive fire.
      3. A bright or steady light or glare:
      1. A squared-off log or a large, oblong piece of timber, metal, or stone used especially as a horizontal support in construction.
      2. A transverse structural member of a ship's frame, used to support a deck and to brace the sides against stress.
      3. The breadth of a ship at the widest point.
    See also:

    light

  2. To emit light suddenly in rays or sparks

    See also:

    light

  3. To shine brightly and steadily but without a flame

    See also:

    light

Another word for gleam

Noun
      1. To shine with a subdued flickering light:
      2. To be reflected as a subdued, flickering light:
      3. A flickering or tremulous light; a glimmer.
      1. A squared-off log or a large, oblong piece of timber, metal, or stone used especially as a horizontal support in construction.
      2. A transverse structural member of a ship's frame, used to support a deck and to brace the sides against stress.
      3. The breadth of a ship at the widest point.
      1. To shine brightly and steadily, especially without a flame:
      2. To have a bright, warm, usually reddish color:
      3. To flush; blush.
    See also:

    light

Verb