What stand out in my mind are the mirrored closets in her bedroom filled with shimmering, floaty evening gowns and caftans.
One flowing dress in blue had a shimmering silver surface that looked like a painting from Klimt.
A keen sailor, I was envious of the crew on board having the chance to sail on these stunning, shimmering blue waters.
The dark palette of her clothing made the shimmering perfection of her hair all the more evident.
If Miranda has her way, this will be the summer of shimmering Chanel skirts, bright silk turbans, and sunglasses by Jee Vice.
He watched the shimmering contortions of the light spots on the wall.
She was wearing a simple grey dress of some shimmering material.
It was radiant, shimmering, rainbow-coloured ice on every side.
Now, once more, every eye was fixed on the shimmering skyline.
They lengthened more, and more, till the starry, shimmering form was swaying above a yawning abyss.
Old English scimerian "to glitter, shimmer, glisten, shine," related to (perhaps a frequentative of) scimian "to shine," from Proto-Germanic *skim- (cf. Swedish skimra, Dutch schemeren "to glitter," German schimmern), from PIE root *skai- "to gleam, to shine" (see shine (v.). Related: Shimmered; shimmering.
"a tremulous light," 1821, from shimmer (v.).