We always want to focus on what we can do to help, to find that glimmer of optimism.
It is through a novel, after all, that the narrator has his first glimmer of racial consciousness.
In the Kurdish area, tourism offers a glimmer of hope in a region crippled by decades of violence.
It was a tiny moment, a slight expression, but I sensed a glimmer of the sensibility I knew from his novels.
“There is a glimmer of possibility” that humanity could still turn this trajectory around, Lenton told me.
The door was on the jar, just as I remembered leaving it, but there was not a glimmer of light.
At first there is a glimmer of mystery, then he remembers,—it is his boyhood's home.
When the lights of Malton glimmer in the valley this day of exploration is at an end, and much of the Wold country has been seen.
He looked, and, his own candle being out, saw a glimmer on ahead.
Finally the fog lifted, and not far away we caught a glimmer of lights at the French Post.