1. glimmer

noun. ['ˈglɪmɝ'] a flash of light (especially reflected light).


  • flash
  • gleam


  • hide
  • uncover
  • asymmetrical

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Rhymes with Glimmer

  • excimer
  • trimmer
  • swimmer
  • slimmer
  • skimmer
  • schwimmer
  • primmer
  • klimer
  • grimmer
  • brimmer
  • zimmer
  • wimmer
  • timur
  • timmer
  • simmer
  • shimmer
  • rimmer
  • nimmer
  • kimmer
  • dimmer

Sentences with glimmer

1. Noun, singular or mass
Who isn’t mesmerized by the soft glimmer of a candle-lit lantern on a dark night?

2. Verb, base form
Simply pour a few teaspoons of gin into a clean cloth and your trinkets will glimmer in no time!

Quotes about glimmer

1. Of the big horror movies of the '70s, you have 'The Omen,' 'The Sentinel,' 'Rosemary's Baby,' 'The Stepford Wives,' 'Burnt Offerings' - these are all romantic fatalist movies where there's a sort of glimmer of hope... but darkness wins.
- Chuck Palahniuk

2. If you start in the pit of despair with these profane, awful things, even a glimmer of hope or awareness is going to occur that's much brighter coming from this dark, awful beginning.
- Chuck Palahniuk

3. You must draw from that strength. You must increase it. And you must hold on to it because sometimes that small glimmer of inner strength is all that we have to help us press forward through the darkness.
- Morgan Rhodes, Falling Kingdoms

2. glimmer

noun. ['ˈglɪmɝ'] a slight suggestion or vague understanding.


  • glimmering
  • inkling
  • suggestion


  • dull
  • linger
  • tasteful
  • dullness

3. glimmer

verb. ['ˈglɪmɝ'] shine brightly, like a star or a light.


  • gleam


  • simple