Her tiny, 5-foot frame and pale white prison skin seemed to glisten with anguish.
I wanted the whole dress to glisten, so I used a lace with silver thread in it.
When it begins to glisten, add the onion and sauté until it is soft and slightly golden, about five minutes.
These glisten in the sunshine and look like a drop of honey.
How fine the breast-plates and helmets of those Cuirassiers glisten in the sun!
On Coogan's brow was the glisten of a dense perspiration; Ballard covered his mouth with his hand to hide a cynical smile.
The dew in the meadows and the pearls on the wings of butterflies began to glisten.
Fill your heart with righteousness; your lives—let them glisten in the light, and the light will be your armour.
And see the glisten of that glacier in the haze, like a star in the veil of a bride!
The grim outlines of the distant hills returned, and the starved white flank of the mountain began to glisten.
Old English glisnian "to glisten, gleam," from Proto-Germanic *glis- (cf. Old Frisian glisa "to shine," Middle High German glistern "to sparkle," Old Danish glisse "to shine"), from PIE *ghleis-, from root *ghel- "to shine, glitter, glow, be warm" (see glass). Related: Glistened; glistening.