verb. ['ˈgliːm'] be shiny, as if wet.
Words that Rhyme with Gleam
Example sentences of the word gleam
1. Noun, singular or mass
A thin layer of floor wax will also act as a sealant and give your pumpkins a shiny gleam.
2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Their ridges, composed of white quartzite, form cliffs that gleam dazzlingly when sighted from a distance.
3. Verb, base form
Follow the directions precisely and your silver, or almost any smooth surface, will gleam.
Quotes containing the word gleam
1. The sunset produces flower clouds in a garden in the sky, and while there is still light you can see a heavenly representation of my love for you.The sunrise produces rays that light up the world like your eyes do when you're with me. They shimmer and I can see the stars in your eyes that gleam from your soul.-Jarod Kintz and Karen Quan
- Jarod Kintz, liQUID PROse QUOtes
noun. ['ˈgliːm'] an appearance of reflected light.
- ill health
verb. ['ˈgliːm'] shine brightly, like a star or a light.
noun. ['ˈgliːm'] a flash of light (especially reflected light).
verb. ['ˈgliːm'] appear briefly.
- come along