Origin of glister
OTHER WORDS FROM glisterglis·ter·ing·ly, adverb
How to use glister in a sentence
The sun beat furiously down on the barren and glistering ground; and the horse exhausted, more than once refused to proceed.
He stopped beside Juan Lepe who leaned upon the rail and watched a strange, glistering sea.1492|Mary Johnston
Volley after volley from the British guns makes deadly havoc among those glistering ranks!The Bronze Eagle|Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy
The two women moved away, side by side, down the path to the glistering greenhouses.
On it came across the bridge spanning the glistering whiteness of the Long Water.