glinty

[ glin-tee ]
/ ˈglɪn ti /

adjective, glint·i·er, glint·i·est.

having a glint; sparkling.
flashy and gaudy.

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Example sentences from the Web for glinty

  • She had quantities of dark-brown hair, crisp and glinty, though not sleek, with eyebrows noticeably dark and heavy.

    The Trail of the Hawk|Sinclair Lewis
  • He was about to gasp out her name when she met his eyes with a glinty stare and a quick shake of the head.

    The Madness of May|Meredith Nicholson