shimmery

[shim-uh-ree]
adjective
shimmering; shining softly.

Origin:
1880–85; shimmer + -y1

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shimmery (ˈʃɪmərɪ)
 
adj , -merier, -meriest
1.  shining with a glistening or tremulous light
2.  glamorous; flashy

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Against a deep chocolate accent wall, this upholstered headboard is wrapped in a shimmery woven silk that's soft to the touch.
The result: shimmery, sculptural skyscapes that you can hold in your hands.
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