Robert fairly started as Ellen began talking with a fire which seemed to make her scintillate before his eyes.
They did not scintillate, but rather glistened with a steady greenish lustre.
They do not scintillate nearly so much as he does, and they do not give that same uncomfortable feeling of internal strain.
You only glimmer dully—your fingers do not sparkle and dazzle and scintillate as they did.
And they shone steadily: they did not scintillate, they were calmly glorious.
The rays of the sun, striking on them, made them scintillate in the midst of the black wooden crosses.
Whenever he writes of himself, his pen seems fairly to scintillate.
The modern men look extremely comfortable and well at their ease; but they do not scintillate in the old style.
It is hardly noticeable save for the stars α and β of third magnitude, which scintillate on its forehead.
A silver moon, hovering midway in the eastern sky, began to scintillate with trembling lustre on the dreaming world below.