They were identical save for the bronze nameplates that gleamed darkly in the hushed dimness.
They all had abundant, curling hair which gleamed like dull gold in the sunshine, that tinted everything.
His hair was glued to his temples by the rain, which gleamed on his face.
He pointed with a smile to a turreted nunnery, and his eyes narrowed and gleamed.
The black eyes of Monsieur de Boisdhyver gleamed unpleasantly.
The old possibility that he might turn out an impostor after all gleamed across his mind.
As she stood in the one, gazing at the other, truer relationship had gleamed.
Behind her was the dark stove and above it a row of copper kettles that gleamed through the bluish obscurity.
She raised her face, which gleamed in the twilight like a puff-ball.
At last, with a scream of joy, he touched some soft close wool that gleamed white as the white snow.
Old English glæm "brilliant light; brightness, splendor, radiance," from Proto-Germanic *glaimiz (cf. Old Saxon glimo "brightness;" Middle High German glim "spark," gleime "glowworm;" German glimmen "to glimmer, glow;" Old Norse glija "to shine, glitter"), from root *glim-, from PIE *ghel- "to shine, glitter, glow" (see glass).
early 13c., from gleam (n). Related: Gleamed; gleaming.