Synonym: glimmer, glisten, shine, sparkle, twinkle. Similar words: All is not gold that glitters, litter, pitter-patter, bitter, bitterly, bittersweet, intermittent, political action committee. Meaning: ['glɪtə(r)] n. 1. the quality of shining with a bright reflected light 2. the occurrence of a small flash or spark. v. be shiny, as if wet.
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1. Let youth glitter in struggling.
2. Your passinate eyes are like glittering stars.They glitter in my heart lightly.
3. Decorate the tunic with sequins or glitter.
4. The show was all tinsel and glitter.
5. Jane wore pink eye glitter to the party.
6. He was attracted by the glitter of Hollywood.
7. The glamour and glitter of London was not for him.
8. Behind all the glitter, life in the theatre can be very hard.
9. Beneath its surface glitter, the fashion industry is a tough place to work in.
10. She was blinded by the glitter and the glamour of her own life.
11. The child was attracted by the glitter of the Christmas tree decorations.
12. There was no mistaking the mocking glitter in his eyes.
13. With the passing of time, some of the glitter of the achievement has rubbed off.
14. The sea-wall's ribbed stones glitter like light-houses.
15. Beautiful auburn glitter at the bottom of the glass.
16. She was evenly speckled with silver glitter.
17. The city seemed to glitter in hard, implacable triumph.
18. Repeat to cover all the stamped motifs in glitter.
19. A Hollywood novel with all the glitter, passion, excitement, and despair one could expect.
20. But it can be made to bulge and glitter with a maestro behind the iris.
21. They rise, a coronet of tops, beyond the glitter and goo of Strath Bran, looking quite unapproachable.
22. No, it's not, said Liz, a manic glitter in her eyes.
23. What became of Gary Glitter mimics when Glitter got disgraced?
24. Leave for about a minute,(Sentencedict.com) then gently tap off any excess glitter.
25. Gladys is wearing a black sleeveless shirt with something written in silver glitter script across the front.
26. She could see the iron railings of the park, the glitter of wet pavement.
27. Already the sun was glowing red, its rose-tinted light catching the glitter of ice.
28. Various seating arrangements are choreographed like a slightly tacky lounge act with tinsel,[http://sentencedict.com] glitter and lights that never fails to entertain.
29. As long as its greater glory is maintained, as long as the glitter continues into death and charidee, it will help out.
30. They are armoured in shining silver and armed with white lances with diamond-hard tips which glitter like stars.
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