As I drove home that night around eight, Long Island Sound was pitch-black, apart from the glimmering reflection of light poles.
I was very young and I thought that the whole experience was a wonderful adventure and a glimmering portal to the future.
Broken cliffs, granite boulders jumped up on either side of him, and the rocks were pale and glimmering under the moon.
He thought of her heavy hair, dishevelled, glimmering in her eyes.
“Maybe,” she assented, and in a bar of light from a window, stooped over a glimmering patch to pull him a sprig of bluebells.
He had in his mind some glimmering of remembrance that there was such a set of books in the room.
A few lights in its windows here and there broke the blank darkness of its facade, glimmering through the avenues of royal palms.
Her eyes had been good—a glimmering hazel, large and long-lashed.
Mr. Pundit was confounded, and confessed to a glimmering remembrance of having seen the joke before.
There was a glimmering point of light off to the left, and he urged Biddy toward it.