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glimmer
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The Picture of Dorian Gray
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  • In the farthest stable a light was glimmering.
  • Something glimmered on the top of the painted chest that faced him.

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  • The keen aromatic air, the brown and red lights that glimmered in the wood, the hoarse cries of the beaters ringing out from time to time, and the sharp snaps of the guns that followed, fascinated him, and filled him with a sense of delightful freedom.

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as in: a glimmer of hope Define
a slight indication of something -- such as hope or interest
as in: glimmering lights Define
a dim, wavering, or reflected light
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