Definition of Glariness

1. n. A dazzling luster or brilliancy.



Definition of Glariness

1. Noun. Quality of being glary; a dazzling brilliancy. ¹

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Definition of Glariness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glariness

glanular hypospadias
glanville fritillaries
glanville fritillary
glaphenine
glare
glare filter
glare filters
glareal
glared
glareole
glareous
glares
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glariest
glariness
glarinesses
glaring
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glaringness
glaringnesses
glark
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glarking
glarks
glarney
glarneys
glarometer
glary
glaserian

Literary usage of Glariness

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1. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"I know that bright crystal glass is glary ; and to avoid that glariness, our artificers run into the other extreme. Boyle, Works, VI. 135. 2. ..."

2. The Boston Review (1861)
"The force of the metaphor lies in the admitted strength and fixed- ness, as well as depth and glariness of these colors. No usage, exposure, nor washings ..."

3. The Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature edited by Samuel Emlen (1815)
"They have a peculiar look with their eyes, descriptive of violent anger, mixed with a glariness like that of drunken persons; their eye-lids are constantly ..."

4. The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine (1875)
"... and is relished by the people ; a little glariness seemed to be present on the fore-leg, and I sometimes think that, notwithstanding the dissimilarity ..."

5. The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art by Canadian Institute (1849-1914) (1860)
"The cause of ice contracting in the peculiar manner above mentioned, is owing, of course, to its unequal thickness, glariness, and density; the shrinkage ..."

6. With the Invader: Glimpses of the Southwest by Edwards Roberts (1885)
"Even the sage-brush and grasses grow colored then, while the country all about seems hushed and quieted and less full of ugly glariness than it did when the ..."

7. The Last Journals of David Livingstone, in Central Africa: From Eighteen by David Livingstone (1875)
"A little glariness seemed to be present on the fore-leg; and I sometimes think that, notwithstanding the dissimilarity of the symptoms observed in the ..."

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