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gleaming

[ glee-ming ]
/ ˈgli mɪŋ /
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adjective
giving off or appearing to give off light or brightness; radiant; shining: A cold, gray light filtered down through the bushes and lay on the faintly gleaming sand.The newest release is a gleaming composite of epic, unabashedly pretty '70s songwriting and fancy-pants disco hedonism.
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Origin of gleaming

OTHER WORDS FROM gleaming

gleam·ing·ly, adverbun·gleam·ing, adjective

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