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Synonyms for glister

Synonyms for glister

the quality of shining with a bright reflected light

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Marvel Comics chairman Stan Lee makes his traditional cameo and Whedon's script glisters with polished one-liners, including one gem to pithily illustrate how quickly an evil artificial intelligence can infect the World Wide Web: "He's spreading faster than a Catholic rabbit.
Byline: It may be an unfashionable race but this year's Gold Cup glisters like no other, writes Alastair Down
Perhaps Lex should remember, all that glisters isn't gold.
What I did learn one Easter morning is proof that all that glisters is not gold and size isn't everything.
THE weather during the wine harvest is critical, and there is nothing more pleasing as a bright autumn day when the sunshine glisters through the cobalt clear blue sky.
All that glisters might not be gold, but the Million hasn't entirely moved with the times in financial terms.
Locked into a vice-like prenup she must already be finding out that in Trump's world all that glisters ain't necessarily gold.
Cheltenham fans should remember all that glisters is not Gould
If it glistens (or glisters, or gleams, take your pick) I'm not too worried about the elemental provenance.
From the deep shades and textures of the Northumberland moors, to the rich shimmering leaves of our plentiful woodlands - all that glisters is gold when it comes to finding a spark of natural inspiration for transforming our interiors in time for the festive period.
but, as long as Day-Lewis is on screen spitting venom, Anderson's epic glisters
They can also trigger skin glisters and sun allergies.
The exhibition, called All That Glisters, explores how visually-impaired people relate to body adornment and jewellery.