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A brief, faint manifestation or trace, as of hope, understanding, etc.
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  1. A brief, faint manifestation or trace, as of hope, understanding, etc.
  2. A brief or dim indication; a trace:
  3. A brief beam or flash of light:
A trademark for a file format for graphics, audio, and video data, commonly used for transmitting animation over the Internet.
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  1. A trademark for a file format for graphics, audio, and video data, commonly used for transmitting animation over the Internet.
  2. A sudden perception:
  3. Instantaneous illumination for photography:
A dart of flame or light, as in a flickering fire
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  1. A dart of flame or light, as in a flickering fire
  2. A look or feeling that comes and goes quickly
  3. Any of various visual effects, as a fluctuation in brightness on a video screen or in the clarity of the image being projected on a film screen
To appear or be revealed briefly or suddenly
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  1. To appear or be revealed briefly or suddenly
  2. To emit a gleam; flash or glow:
  3. To shine or reflect with a gleam or gleams
(Golf) To deliberately cause (a ball) to slice slightly
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  1. (Golf) To deliberately cause (a ball) to slice slightly
  2. To cause to lose brightness, freshness, or strength:
  3. To become less distinct; lose color, brilliance, etc.
To be reflected as a subdued, flickering light:
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  1. To be reflected as a subdued, flickering light:
  2. To shine with a subdued flickering light:
  3. (Intransitive) To shine with a veiled, tremulous, or intermittent light; to gleam faintly; to glisten; to glimmer.
(Scots) A quick look or glimpse; a glance.
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  1. (Scots) A quick look or glimpse; a glance.
  2. A brief flash of light; twinkle or glimmer
  3. The act or an instance of rapidly closing and opening the eyes or an eye.
A coruscating; sparkling
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  1. A coruscating; sparkling
  2. A sudden brilliant display, as of wit
  3. A flash or gleam of light
A brief time; moment
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  1. A brief time; moment
  2. A sudden perception:
  3. Instantaneous illumination for photography:
An act or instance of flickering
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  1. An act or instance of flickering
  2. A dart of flame or light, as in a flickering fire
  3. A look or feeling that comes and goes quickly
A quick flash of light; a gleam.
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  1. A quick flash of light; a gleam.
  2. A brief or cursory look:
  3. A flash or gleam
A brief, faint manifestation or trace, as of hope, understanding, etc.
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  1. A brief, faint manifestation or trace, as of hope, understanding, etc.
  2. A brief or dim indication; a trace:
  3. A brief beam or flash of light:
A faint or fleeting indication; a trace:
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  1. A faint or fleeting indication; a trace:
  2. A momentary flash of light; a sparkle:
  3. A gleam, flash, or glitter
Any flash or sparkle of light like this
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  1. Any flash or sparkle of light like this
  2. A glowing bit of matter, esp. one thrown off by a fire
  3. A flash of light, especially a flash produced by electric discharge.
A quick flash of amusement, etc. in the eye
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  1. A quick flash of amusement, etc. in the eye
  2. A sparkle of delight in the eyes.
  3. A quick, intermittent flash of light; sparkle
A quick closing and opening of the eyelids; a blink.
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  1. A quick closing and opening of the eyelids; a blink.
  2. A gleam or twinkle.
  3. The very brief time required for a wink; an instant.
To give off light with intermittent gleams; flash on and off:
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  1. To give off light with intermittent gleams; flash on and off:
  2. To look with eyes half-shut and winking, as in dazzling light
  3. To flash on and off; twinkle or glimmer
To send out or reflect a sudden, brief blaze or light, esp. at intervals
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  1. To send out or reflect a sudden, brief blaze or light, esp. at intervals
  2. A trademark for a file format for graphics, audio, and video data, commonly used for transmitting animation over the Internet.
  3. To appear or occur suddenly:
To be displayed with fluctuating brightness:
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  1. To be displayed with fluctuating brightness:
  2. To appear briefly:
  3. To move with a quick, light, wavering motion
(Of a source of light) to shine with a flickering light; to glimmer
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  1. (Of a source of light) to shine with a flickering light; to glimmer
  2. To shine with quick, intermittent flashes of light, as some stars; sparkle
  3. (Archaic) To wink or blink
To close and open the eyelid of one eye deliberately, as to convey a message, signal, or suggestion.
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  1. To close and open the eyelid of one eye deliberately, as to convey a message, signal, or suggestion.
  2. To close and open (an eye or the eyes) rapidly.
  3. To shine intermittently; twinkle
To exhibit sparkling virtuosity:
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  1. To exhibit sparkling virtuosity:
  2. To give forth flashes of light; sparkle and glitter:
To send out or reflect a sudden, brief blaze or light, esp. at intervals
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  1. To send out or reflect a sudden, brief blaze or light, esp. at intervals
  2. (Slang) To think of or remember something suddenly:
  3. To appear or occur suddenly:
To look suddenly and briefly; take a quick look
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  1. To look suddenly and briefly; take a quick look
  2. To direct the eyes at or toward something briefly:
  3. To flash or gleam
To appear or be revealed briefly or suddenly
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  1. To appear or be revealed briefly or suddenly
  2. To shine or reflect with a gleam or gleams
  3. To emit a gleam; flash or glow:
(Archaic) To move quickly, esp. glancingly
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  1. (Archaic) To move quickly, esp. glancingly
  2. To gleam or give out small flashes of light, usually by reflection:
  3. To shine or reflect with intermittent flashes of light; gleam, flash, or glitter
To be reflected with a sparkling luster:
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  1. To be reflected with a sparkling luster:
  2. To shine by reflection with a sparkling luster:
  3. (Intransitive) to reflect light with a glittering luster; to sparkle, coruscate, glint or flash
To shine with a sparkling light; be bright; glisten; sparkle
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  1. To shine with a sparkling light; be bright; glisten; sparkle
  2. To sparkle brilliantly; glisten:
  3. To sparkle with light; to shine with a brilliant and broken light or showy luster; to gleam.
To give off sparks; flash; sparkle
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  1. To give off sparks; flash; sparkle
  2. To send forth light in flashes; sparkle.
  3. To sparkle intellectually; be brilliant and witty
To be reflected as a subdued, flickering light:
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  1. To be reflected as a subdued, flickering light:
  2. To shine with a subdued flickering light:
  3. (Intransitive) To shine with a veiled, tremulous, or intermittent light; to gleam faintly; to glisten; to glimmer.
To cover or decorate with spangles or other bright objects
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  1. To cover or decorate with spangles or other bright objects
  2. To glitter with or as with spangles
  3. (Intransitive) To sparkle, flash or coruscate.
To give off or reflect flashes of light; glitter:
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  1. To give off or reflect flashes of light; glitter:
  2. (Intransitive) To emit sparks; to throw off ignited or incandescent particles; to shine as if throwing off sparks; to emit flashes of light; to scintillate; to twinkle; as, the blazing wood sparkles; the stars sparkle.
  3. (Intransitive) To manifest itself by, or as if by, emitting sparks; to glisten; to flash.
(Of a source of light) to shine with a flickering light; to glimmer
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  1. (Of a source of light) to shine with a flickering light; to glimmer
  2. (Chiefly of eyes) to be bright with delight
  3. To shine with quick, intermittent flashes of light, as some stars; sparkle
To close and open the eyelid of one eye deliberately, as to convey a message, signal, or suggestion.
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  1. To close and open the eyelid of one eye deliberately, as to convey a message, signal, or suggestion.
  2. To close and open (an eye or the eyes) rapidly.
  3. To shine intermittently; twinkle
Find another word for glimmer. In this page you can discover 41 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for glimmer, like: gleam, flash, flicker, gleam, fade, shimmer, light, shine, blink, coruscation and flash.