- Shine faintly with a wavering light: the moonlight glimmered on the lawn (as adjective glimmering) pools of glimmering lightMore example sentences
- It was sundown, the skies were dark orange, the temple and its worshippers glimmered in pools of light and dark.
- His short blond hair glimmered in the light which shone into the walkways and halls.
- Her spectacles caught the light from somewhere and glimmered under the straight blonde of her hair.
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- 1A faint or wavering light.More example sentences
- The desolate plains seemed to end and, I could've sworn I had imagined it, but there seemed to be a faint glimmer of light on the horizon.
- Even in what seems to be the darkest hour, there's a faint glimmer of light.
- Ahead in the tunnel he could see a faint glimmer of light against the water, and could smell the air freshening.
- 1.1A faint sign of a feeling or quality, especially a desirable one: there is one glimmer of hope for BeckyMore example sentences
- Yesterday, there was a small glimmer of hope when there was a sign that his liver function may have started to come back but it is still well below the levels needed to pull him through.
- There are glimmers, small indicators and little signs that our country might be starting to find its feet again and our policies making an impact.
- The spirit of the holiday may be getting lost in all this back and forth, but there may be a faint glimmer of hope.
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- She loves to be ever glimmeringly clad, every inch a queen both for the sake of her husband and because of her inner insecurity.
- She has danced the Fortier and the Varone years ago, but she makes them seem glimmeringly new.
- The dark green seems to play with light especially well, and it appears nearly black in some light and glimmeringly dark green in other light.
late Middle English: probably of Scandinavian origin; related to Swedish glimra and Danish glimre.