Definition of glam
1. gleam [ n ] an appearance of reflected lightUsed in print:
(Robert Penn Warren, Wilderness....)
It gave the rubberized fabric a dull gleam , like metal .Synonyms gleam gleaming lambency glow Related Terms radiance glow
2. gleam [ v ] be shiny, as if wet
Examples: "His eyes were glistening"
(David Stacton, The Judges of the Secret Court....)
In the half darkness the banisters gleamed , and the hall seemed enormous .
(Frieda Arkin, "The Light of the Sea," in The...)
She smiled , and the teeth gleamed in her beautifully modeled olive face .Synonyms shine glitter glint gleam glisten Related Terms look spangle shimmer glint
3. gleam [ v ] shine brightly, like a star or a lightUsed in print:
(Kenneth Scott Latourette, Christianity in a Revolutiona...)
O beautiful for patriot dream that sees beyond the years thine alabaster cities gleam undimmed by human tears .
(Guideposts BR-E01. Mr. America, 4:6 (November, 1961)...)
I was proud of the new buildings which housed Diario now : the rotogravures , gleaming behind glass doors ; the thump and whir of our new presses .Synonyms gleam glimmer Related Terms emit_light
4. gleam [ n ] a flash of light (especially reflected light)Synonyms gleam glimmer gleaming Related Terms flash
5. gleam [ v ] appear briefly
Examples: "A terrible thought gleamed in her mind"
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