Noun(1) a momentary flash of light(2) a spatially localized brightness
Verb(1) be shiny, as if wet(2) throw a glance at; take a brief look at
(1) She sighed for a while, and I saw a mischievous glint in her eyes.(2) A sly glint came to his eye then, as if he was about to say something mischievous.(3) He looked back at me and I saw a mischievous glint in his blue eyes.(4) Off in the distance the trees rustled and a glint of sunlight dashed off a metallic surface.(5) A devilish glint appeared in his slightly oriental eyes.(6) Her eye caught a glint of silver in the back of the wardrobe.(7) I turned to her and saw a bright mischievous glint in her eye.(8) His right eye began twitching and an evil glint appeared in his eye.(9) the glint of gold in his teeth(10) He caught a glint of silver amongst the darkness.(11) The demon's eyes took on a slight, dangerous glint .(12) His face sobered, but his eyes had not lost that glint of humor.(13) she saw the glint of excitement in his eyes(14) He had a glint of amusement in his eyes.(15) She sat up, a determined glint shining in her eyes.(16) He would whisper his questions and his glasses would glint in the torch light.
1. glitter ::
2. spark ::
3. shine ::
4. glitter ::
5. peek ::
1. gaze ::
2. stare ::
Different Formsglint, glinted, glinting, glints
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