If we add to this evil, the attendant glitter
, we have a perfect farrago of discordant and displeasing effects.
At last they reached the great gateway, just as the sun was setting and adding its red glow to the glitter
of the emeralds on the green walls and spires.
Several present, such as the Candy Man, the Rubber Bear, Tik-tok, and the Scarecrow, were not made so they could eat, and the Queen of Merryland contented herself with a small dish of sawdust; but these enjoyed the pomp and glitter
of the gorgeous scene as much as did those who feasted.
As far as eye could see from among the rocky gorges and the bristles of the pine woods there came the quick twinkle and glitter of steel, while the wind brought with it sudden distant bursts of martial music from the great host which rolled by every road and by-path towards the narrow pass of Roncesvalles.
Away behind him as far as eye could reach rolled the far-stretching, unbroken river of steel-rank after rank and column after column, with waving of plumes, glitter of arms, tossing of guidons, and flash and flutter of countless armorial devices.
There was no soft blending, or kind obscurity, or elusive mistiness in that searching glitter
He looked it, and the piercing glitter
that arose at times in his eyes was the same piercing glitter
I had observed in the eyes of caged leopards and other preying creatures of the wild.
The values of a thousand years glitter
on those scales, and thus speaketh the mightiest of all dragons: "All the values of things--glitter
If indeed the course which I steer is a harmless one," he continued, with a strange new glitter
in his eyes, "then you are an impertinent stranger to whom my doors cannot any longer be open.
Sunshine gleams between the lines of those short paragraphs--sunshine and the glitter
of the sea.
Mankind," asserted the Professor with a self-confident glitter
of his iron-rimmed spectacles, "does not know what it wants.