glimmer


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Synonyms for glimmer

Synonyms for glimmer

Synonyms for glimmer

a flash of light (especially reflected light)

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a slight suggestion or vague understanding

shine brightly, like a star or a light

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While the talk of a ceasefire is still very tentative, it is the first positive sign to emerge from Syria in months that some relief may be on the way and there is at least a glimmer of hope that humanitarian relief can be delivered to Aleppo.
The glimmer of hope - Preston Haskell IV has enough money to lose on such a folly.
We appreciate times are hard, firms are struggling, people are busy but for the thousands of lazy work-shy people in this country there are many thousands more who are desperate for work and glimmers of hope are what we live for.
Campaigners for computer hacker Gary McKinnon have been given a glimmer of hope in their fight against his extradition after Home Secretary Theresa May agreed his case should be adjourned.
Blackpool and are marrying in Lytham St Anne's hope their day will move them closer to making A Glimmer Of Hope a registered charity.
But from where we stand, for the very first time, we are beginning to see glimmers of hope.
But if it doesn't happen there is a glimmer of a chance he might come to Grimsby.
5" collection, Burmeister-Brown and Swanson-Davies, co-editors of the literary short story quarterly Glimmer Train Stories, arrange snippets from interviews with about 100 accomplished contemporary authors who share their personal and philosophical approaches to the more private aspects of their writing lives, such as family support (or lack thereof), the use of autobiographical material, what drives authors to write, and the responsibility of writing.
THE GLIMMER TRAIN: GUIDE TO WRITING FICTION BUILDING BLOCKS is a writing reference like no other: most competitors offer inspiration but here a hundred writers' experiences are presented using interview excerpts conducted over a sixteen-year period by the editors of the literary quarterly Glimmer Train Stories.
Its conclusion offers a glimmer of tear-stained hope and an act of selflessness that can come from only a chemical-free soul.
For all the whining that's been going on in Detroit of late, it seems that there is at least one glimmer of hope beginning to glow from the banks of the Detroit River.
When we were rehearsing Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine at Los Angeles's Mark Taper Forum, he was simultaneously in production on "The West Wing.
More recently, Spencer returned to stage, playing the ex-jazz musician and ex-junkie Martin Glimmer in "The Glimmer Brothers" (later retitled "Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine" in Los Angeles and New York).
One glimmer of hope is the role Roberts played, while at Hogan & Hartson, in the 1996 Romer v.
But that first glimmer of hero-worship at a vulnerable age can fuel your desire to dance.