Definition of Gleamings

1. Noun. (plural of gleaming) ¹



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Definition of Gleamings

1. gleaming [n] - See also: gleaming

Lexicographical Neighbors of Gleamings

glazinesses
glazing
glazing agent
glazings
glazy
glead
gleads
gleam
gleamed
gleamer
gleamers
gleamier
gleamiest
gleaming
gleamingly
gleamings (current term)
gleams
gleamy
glean
gleanable
gleaned
gleaner
gleaners
gleaning
gleanings
gleans
gleave
gleaves
gleba
glebae

Literary usage of Gleamings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The deerslayer by James Fenimore Cooper (1841)
"We live in a world of transgressions and selfishness, and no pictures that represent us otherwise can be true ; though happily for human nature, gleamings ..."

2. Works of J. Fenimore Cooper by James Fenimore Cooper (1893)
"We live in a world of transgressions and selfishness, and no pictures that represent us otherwise can be true; though happily for human nature, gleamings of ..."

3. William Ellery Channing: A Centennial Memory by Charles Timothy Brooks (1880)
"... in his way of telling an anecdote, he would show gleamings of a latent humor, as when he described how, in the midst of the appalling denunciations of a ..."

4. Human Efficiency: A Psychological Study of Modern Problems by Horatio Willis Dresser (1912)
"Now, the inner light may well be in some measure an endowment, such that everything depends upon the initial gleamings contrasted with the outer darkness of ..."

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