Except one: it had moist lips, glossy hair and vivid eyes that blinked slowly.
They only wanted the latest four-wheel drive gas-guzzlers seen in glossy magazines.
Further, many of us have argued in favor of adding more diverse body types to the glossy pages.
The glossy argyle of bronze and charcoal lies unscathed.
The tactile feel of opening a big glossy kids book is irresistible to children.
The ubiquitous banana leaf acts as a glossy green backdrop for the curries.
Both have glossy brown hair, dark eyes, and pale skin.
The sole of each of his shoes is lacquered in a vivid, glossy red.
The cards are brightly-colored with fun patterns on them and they're pretty stiff and glossy.
Elsewhere, though, the future of food is being packaged as something altogether less glossy: a culture war.
British Dictionary definitions for glossy
adjective glossier, glossiest
smooth and shiny; lustrous
superficially attractive; plausible
(of a magazine) lavishly produced on shiny paper and usually with many colour photographs
noun (pl) glossies
Also called (US) slick. an expensively produced magazine, typically a sophisticated fashion or glamour magazine, printed on shiny paper and containing high quality colour photography Compare pulp (sense 3)
a photograph printed on paper that has a smooth shiny surface