Glistening brightness; luster: the sheen of old satin in candlelight. (noun)
A glossy surface given to textiles.(noun)
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Use "sheen" in a sentence
"The product, at the end of the day, is a very literary, heavy on style monkeyism, story which might just have a thin sheen of SF patina on it."
"Because no one gives a crap about her and she doesn't have to worry about any voter retaliation if they take a definitive stance either way. orange cinema why is it that she can specifically & directly pose at least one solution to our severe economic problem, and neither of our tapdancing flip-flopping candidates can? and btw martin sheen is still a badass. blog comments powered by Disqus"
"My favourite SF shows are all American, although maybe there's a certain sheen added by cultural distance."