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Definition of "glinting" [glinting]

  • Present participle of glint. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "glinting" in a sentence
  • "Today's return to red, wind-chapped hands stiffly clenched around the umbrella handle seemed fitting, as Edward and I wandered the deserted park that's looking a bit the way I imagine Times Square might on New Year's Day -- forlorn, with evidence of the midnight celebrations still scattered about, lingering confetti glinting from the sidewalks, on building walls, and adorning the odd mail box -- minus the shards of broken beer bottles."
  • "Still lifting his gaze to her high-piled hair, he again saw, but more pronounced, the bronze note glinting from the brown-golden hair."
  • " I became a short story writer instead of continuing as a poet when I saw that Scalapino called her glinting narratives poems."
  • "Tamis wheeled back in something close to blind fury, her short sword glinting in the light."
  • "Caswallon hurdled a fallen tree, his own short sword glinting in the dying light."