Gleaming with or as if with brilliant light; radiant. See Synonyms at bright.(adjective)
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Use "lustrous" in a sentence
"But he's losing weight, and his coat, normally shiny and lustrous, is dry and brittle."
"This will give the oak a lustrous brown color, and nicking will not expose a different surface, as the ammonia fumes penetrate to a considerable depth."
""Havanas in Camelot," a posthumous collection of William Styron's essays, transports us back to an era when being a novelist meant a kind of lustrous celebrity, as Styron and his contemporaries ( "our vintage" — Norman Mailer, Truman Capote, James Baldwin) jockeyed to inherit the outsize mantles of Hemingway and Faulkner."